So did some tiling over the weekend and I made a stupid assumption that thinset dries by evaporation. So as I was tired after a long days work I put my dirty tools in a bucket of water and came back the next day to clean them.
Hardened completely. Any tips on cleaning this stuff off the tools...
Its 4am. From my finished basement I just heard squeeks and rustling in the joists above me. I haven't seen any signs other than that.
I don't know what to do. Should I call a professional in the morning or is this something I can take care of?
I live in Canada and it's been very cold the...
10mm is 0.393; so slightly larger. The 10mm is not the actual faucet hole. It's the hole required to get the cutting tool in to make the actual hole.
Agree about IKEA though. They seem to be on their own world sometimes.
Internet yes. But I don't have a kitchen sink right now and would like to get one working asap.
Canada is metric except for tools. It's weird. I've been to every major hardware store and they don't have them.
I'll give that a short frodo. Also debating whether to just hammer it into a 3/8 hole.
This has been driving me crazy. I bought an IKEA stainless steel sink without a pre-drilled faucet hole. I then bought a tool from IKEA in order to make the faucet hole but it requires a 10mm drill bit.
I drilled a 3/8 hole thinking it would be close enough but it's just too small.
This weekend I built a very simple table. See pic.
I didn't use the best joining method however and the wood I bought at HD was a bit warped. There are two small gaps at one end (about 1/16in).
I was planned on just leaving it but if I can I would like to get rid of them. I've already sanded...