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Old 12th December 2007, 22:40   #61
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I happenned to see this two days ago, Blueraven has done a splendid job, its got a great finish...I appreciate your hard work dude! Definitely doesnt look like a First install...looked like a seasoned professional's install Congrats!
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Old 12th December 2007, 22:42   #62
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blue raven.. awesome job
the idea of making the door heavier and giving it tat thud sound has caught my fancy. It actually makes it sound more classy.
Just a few layers of FG with hardener/resin shud do the trick right?
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Satya wonderful job mate. This thread deserves a 5-star rating for the DIY.
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wonderful job there satya!! the paint job is clean and neat!!
kudos to your DIY spirit and quality.
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Would rubber gloves suffice ? or is it advisable to go for the industrial ones with cloth ( i think) and are really thick.
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Would rubber gloves suffice ? or is it advisable to go for the industrial ones with cloth ( i think) and are really thick.
Recently i have done FG.You can buy latex gloves (surgical)costs about 150Rs for 50 pair.Use them while laying .You can buy rubber gloves and use them while trimming to protect hand from cuts.
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Recently i have done FG.You can buy latex gloves (surgical)costs about 150Rs for 50 pair.
Rs 150 for 50 Pairs ? Do you need that many ?
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