The name and model of a Dishwasher the has a trim kit to install a one quarter inch thick wood panel front. Hot point is our old one now has a wood panel on it now?
The model number is supposed to be on a sticker on the inside somewhere. LOOK FER IT!
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just a littlelaminating . place the piece of wood in a jig to hold it in place,brush on laminite glue.place laminite piece onto the wood and press out the air pockets with… a heavy roller. release from jig before the excess glue begins to bond to the jig.trim edges,Done.
You bought some wood fence panels and one was grey looking from the sun so you bleached it and stained it but it don't match what can you do to fix the sun stained panel to get it to match?
\nMost wood fences can be power washed to peel off the layers of wood that have been faded by the sun. We have customers that do this with their red cedar fences every so man…y years and they end up looking like the day when it was first installed.
If the paneling is real wood, it can be restained easily. You wouldneed to lightly sand it, and then stain it just as you would anyother wooden surface. If the paneling is lam…inate, you would goabout it in the same manner but may find that the stain does notpenetrate the surface of the material as easily. So, for laminatedpaneling you might want to try a test area first.
Yes, you can paint wood panelling. You can also stain it.
You first clean or degrease it then usually apply a primer, then paint it.
Horizontal bamboo panneling can work well.
Can one install solar panels into electronic devices example having a built in solar panel on the front cover of a laptop. without it damaging the hardware?
Very thin solar panels are available these days, some are even flexible and suitable for adhesive application so installing the panel is not a great problem.. However you sti…ll have the problem of electrical connection. You would need to connect to the equipment and regulate the voltage so that you don't overcharge the battey (if present like a laptop) and/or apply excess voltage to the equipment. Definitely something where you need a decent working knowledge of electronics if you can't afford to wreck the piece of equipment.
Pickling Wood . Today, pickling is usually done on open pored woods like oak, and ash. The result is very effective because most of the pigment (color) remains in the large …pores and accents the overall appearance of the grain. However, such woods like pine are also pickled and can produce a beautiful look. . Although certain stains are sold under the name pickling stain, technically, pickling is a method not a finish. Originally, pickling was preformed on new wood to make it look old. One such little known formula was to take a handful of galvanized nails and soak them in white vinegar for about 2-3 days, the vinegar would dissolve the galvanizing and when applied to oak would produce a beautiful gray "dusty" look to the oak, hence the term "pickling" . Today when most people refer to a pickled finish, they automatically think of a white or off-white pastel semi-transparent stain applied to an open pored wood such as oak or ash. This finish is quite fashionable today. The stains that are now labeled and sold as pickling stains are usually heavily pigmented white or off-white stains know as "glazing stains". They can be purchased in oil or water-based formulations. . The Materials . You can use either a specially formulated stain labeled and sold as pickling stain or you can make your own by taking either oil based paint or latex (water based) paint and reducing it about 25 percent, this will vary depending on how much of the original wood you want to show. It is best to use primers when making your own as they dry flat and accept top coats much easier than a reduced semi-gloss or gloss enamel. Always reduce your paint with the appropiate thinner. If you use an oil based paint, reduce it with either a paint thinner or gum turpentine. If use a latex paint, use water. Oil based does not raise the grain and dries slower so you have more time to apply it and remove just as much as you want. If you are sensitive to chemicals or fumes use latex paint. The disadvantage to using latex paint is it raises the grain of the wood and it dries much quicker, therefore you do not have much control over how much you can wipe off once it sets up. . Use a white or off-white paint, depending on what color you prefer. You can also tint the paint or stain to make various shades of pastels using Universal tinting colors which are commonly sold in paint stores or you can have your local paint store tint the paint for you. . Preparation: New Work: Before staining any new wood I like to take a moderately wet sponge and wipe down the entire surface, allow to dry and then sand using 120-150 grit sandpaper. This helps to raise the soft wood fibers and remove them prior to applying the stain. Wipe the sanded wood using a tack rag so as to remove all sanding dust. When sanding be on the lookout for splintering wood and sharp outside corners which you want to sand smooth before staining. Previously Finished Wood : Kitchen cabinets, wood paneling etc. CLEAN! I know, the most boring part of any refinishing job but the most important. Skimp on this and I guarantee you will regret it. You must remove any traces of grime, grease and dirt before trying to refinish any previously finished surface. I recommend TSP, Tri-Sodium-Phosphate. This is a strong powdered cleaner available at most home building centers, paint and hardware stores. TSP makes quick work of cleaning a painted surface, rinse well and dry.. Applying The Stain . Applying the stain is easy. Use a brush size that fits the job and apply a nice even coat to one area at a time, don't be concerned with brush marks at this point. Allow it to sit for 10 minutes or so, this will vary some depending on the temperature, humidity etc. Fold a wiping cloth into a nice pad and using long strokes from top to bottom, wipe off as much of the excess as necessary until you achieve the look you want. TIP : All master wood finishers have a dry bristle brush handy when applying stain, after wiping with a rag you notice areas where the wood is lighter or darker or "ropey" looking, take the dry brush and stroke over the area with long soft strokes and you will even out the finish. Use a clean rag to keep wiping off the bristles as you work. . Once you are satisfied with the color, apply at least two coats of finish to seal in the color and protect it. Water based topcoat finishes are best to use because they have no amber tint to them like oil based finishes, therefore the finish will not yellow or change the color of the stain. Make sure the finish is either satin or flat, don't use a gloss finish because it will reflect too much light and you will not be able to see the accents in the grain very well. . A few notes on color control. Applying a pickling stain over the top of the existing wood color, will give you a lighter finish but the resulting color will be a mixture of the existing color plus the addition of your white pickling stain. For example if you start with a cherry stained finish and apply a white pickling stain the end product will be a light "pinkish" color stained wood. I refer to it as a stained glass effect, the base color is showing thru a transparent colored overglaze. The amount of the existing color that shows thru will depend on how much you reduce your pickling stain, naturally the more you reduce it, the more of the original color will show. I have had some jobs where we used straight white primer, no reduction to hide as much of the original color as possible. Brush on a small area and lighty wipe off the excess until you get the color you like. . Go ahead and try a small area to see if you can come up with a color you can live with. A drawer front is a good place to experiment with, remove the handle, play around with the color and when finished remove your trial stain with the proper thinner for the paint you used. If after experimenting you cannot comeup with a satisfactory color using the existing finish as a base you will have to strip the existing surface and start with the original wood color. Stripping wood is a whole new project so if you decide that is what needs to be done, go here to " Stripping wood finishes " . .
how do i remove front control panel for bosch dishwast 4300 series.. thank you
You can go to your local computer and network builder and see what he has in stock and try to match it to your bays. Trying to get a bespoke one is going to be prohibitively e…xpensive. Ripping one off an old case might well be your only option.
Can a 3ph 208V 42 circut electrical panel that is recessed in the wall have a wood trim and a cabinet style door installed in addition to the panel cover door?
Yes as long as the removal of the distribution panel cover is not impeded by the cabinet door. The distribution panel cover must be able to be removed for an electrician to be… able to work on the panel.
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What type of panel can you install behind a grill to keep heat off of the wood house 3 inches from back of grill?
None. Move the grill. There is no magical cooling plate. There are fireproof materials yes, but you'd need a truly massive plate of the stuff and it'd cost you tons of cash. Y…our asking to burn your house down. Again, move the grill.
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there is no standard height for wood paneling-- wood Luan / walnut/ 8 x 4 sheets of paneling is usually mounted about 3/8 - 5/8 above the floor to make way for the flooring ma…terials but can be set as high as the cieling goes.
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How much weight can a piece of wood hold that is one quarter inch thick 30 inches long and 14 inches wide?
If supported at its ends and loaded in the middle as worst case, it can safely take 25 pounds. It can actually take 100 pounds but safety codes will not allow that. If the lo…ad is evenly distributed over the length, it can take twice as much load.