The Pool N Spa Place

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Cindy: Sorry I was gone so long...something came up, but I'm back and this time with photos of the arch window!
Mar 21, 2015
Cindy/Linda - Looks like a seal failure to me, which may be covered under a manufacturer warranty for the glass but probably not the labor to install it.  From the unused replacement grille holes in t ... read more
I would like to paint the inside of my front door. It is already stained with a semi glossy dark stain. Can I effectively use latex paint with primer in it?
Jul 31, 2014
Most stained doors were done with oil based coatings. That means you need an oil based primer first then you can use latex paint. Latex primer will not adhere to oil based coatings. Dennis D. Gehman P ... read more

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