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Making durable patches in stucco finishes is as much art as science. A veteran stucco contractor shows how to use dry dusting, fog coats, and trowel mix plastering both to repair damaged stucco and to blend new stucco work with old.
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Q: Is there an easy way to remove old grout from a tub surround without working by hand with a grout saw?
Custom cabinet design pitfalls
Site rules for subcontractors
Precautions against sexual harassment complaints
Simple truss for supporting structural ridge
Double-bevel compound miter saw, graded glulams, all-in-one surge protector for the panel, versatile cable stripper
Three new orbital reciprocating saws
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