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    Thanks for the link to the pens. I bought a couple pens last summer but maybe they were dried out. I like the felt tip better than the roller tip mine had. Yes, that is the roller type I found when moving stuff to the new shelves. I think I used it to apply decals, so it's like new.

    Maybe I can get around to doing this work once I finish the garage. That project's on a delay, waiting for the electrician to complete a wire drop.
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    If you use a ink block roller. You will have to do 2-3 passes. Let it dry between each pass . Dont load up the roller, with too much ink. You can use any time of paint, acrylic oil base, plastic paint etc. with Artist base acrylic, you can wipe it off, if you make a mistake.


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    I hope everyone has a wonderful T-day. Stay safe and enjoy.

    For me, the garage remodel is progressing very slowly, usually 2 to 4 hours a day, excluding an almost daily trip for hardware. My electrician/contractor was supposed to do his stuff 3 weeks ago, but a scalp operation put him "out" for 2 weeks and this week he's "loaded" with emergencies. Hopefully the 2 electric drops will be done Friday. Then I'll have power enough to run my small can heater and outlets across the second wall.

    Not much has been done on this winter project, mostly because nightly temps dropped to 30 some nights. This is supposed to be fun, not a trial. I ripped sheetrock and substandard insulation from one wall, built/mounted a LED 4 bulb lamp for better light, rewired for a GFI and outside outlet, rewired for the door opener and added switches for the second LED unit and driveway lamp, installed a new window and reinsulated the one wall. I'm hoping to talk my nephew into helping me tote in the first dozen sheets of drywall this weekend... get that wall sealed back up.

    All the tricky stuff is soon to come. Sheetrock is fun to install but heavy work for an old guy like me. I'm liking the new insulation and its higher R21 value but costs are WAY up. (Insulating the 2 walls will be as expensive as when I added R35 to the entire house's attic, 15 years ago.) I expected to be finished by New Years but it's not looking promising.

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    Good morning y'all Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving yesterday. I was off cooking turkey, but have to go in to work today so it feels like Monday

    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    I hope everyone has a wonderful T-day. Stay safe and enjoy.

    For me, the garage remodel is progressing very slowly, usually 2 to 4 hours a day, excluding an almost daily trip for hardware. My electrician/contractor was supposed to do his stuff 3 weeks ago, but a scalp operation put him "out" for 2 weeks and this week he's "loaded" with emergencies. Hopefully the 2 electric drops will be done Friday. Then I'll have power enough to run my small can heater and outlets across the second wall.

    Not much has been done on this winter project, mostly because nightly temps dropped to 30 some nights. This is supposed to be fun, not a trial. I ripped sheetrock and substandard insulation from one wall, built/mounted a LED 4 bulb lamp for better light, rewired for a GFI and outside outlet, rewired for the door opener and added switches for the second LED unit and driveway lamp, installed a new window and reinsulated the one wall. I'm hoping to talk my nephew into helping me tote in the first dozen sheets of drywall this weekend... get that wall sealed back up.

    All the tricky stuff is soon to come. Sheetrock is fun to install but heavy work for an old guy like me. I'm liking the new insulation and its higher R21 value but costs are WAY up. (Insulating the 2 walls will be as expensive as when I added R35 to the entire house's attic, 15 years ago.) I expected to be finished by New Years but it's not looking promising.

    Yeah, that's too cold to enjoy doing that kind of work. I've never liked working on my house. I'll do cars all day long, but something about working on the house I don't look forward to. Now if it were my garage...
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    It's finally warmed to 52, but raining so maybe haul some sheetrock on Sunday. The 2 rough drops of wire are done and it looks like it'll need another 100' to complete (300' so far). It's a typical 2 car garage but it's amazing how much product costs. I'm guessing $1500 to $2K for insulation alone.

    I had T-day at the relatives but cooked up my usual ham and turkey here. It's all tucked away in the freezer along with 14 bags of soup... and the last pot of ham/beans cooling in the kitchen.

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    Good morning y'all

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    It's finally warmed to 52, but raining so maybe haul some sheetrock on Sunday. The 2 rough drops of wire are done and it looks like it'll need another 100' to complete (300' so far). It's a typical 2 car garage but it's amazing how much product costs. I'm guessing $1500 to $2K for insulation alone.

    I had T-day at the relatives but cooked up my usual ham and turkey here. It's all tucked away in the freezer along with 14 bags of soup... and the last pot of ham/beans cooling in the kitchen.

    Stuff is so expensive now, too, which doesn't help. I was just thinking of insulating my garage, too. Would make it more palatable to work in it when the weather is freezing. I'll have to add it to the list.

    Your Thanksgiving sounded delicious. I've been cooking the turkey for a while now. I spent the rest of the day staying out of trouble and then eating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
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    Stuff is so expensive now, too, which doesn't help. I was just thinking of insulating my garage, too. Would make it more palatable to work in it when the weather is freezing. I'll have to add it to the list.

    Your Thanksgiving sounded delicious. I've been cooking the turkey for a while now. I spent the rest of the day staying out of trouble and then eating.
    If you decide to insulate garage. Nothing like a insulated garage door too. Makes a big difference. No cold leaky drafts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    Stuff is so expensive now, too, which doesn't help. I was just thinking of insulating my garage, too. Would make it more palatable to work in it when the weather is freezing. I'll have to add it to the list.
    I hope you get the chance. I especially enjoy mudding sheetrock; a satisfying part of the project. My first was 50+ years ago, when I did dad's garage. Insulation isn't as nasty as it once was but this stuff smells like coffee breath (and still need to wear protection). I start installing some of the ceiling sheet rock in a couple days; get to try out one of the lifts. It's a fun project but not something I'd want as a job. I haven't decided on a final finish (if any) but nothing like redoing walls for murals. THAT was a real project.

    Today I'm repairing the old firewall. Left unpainted, the seam tape had to come down and new laid. I'm working above the rafters so it's getting a rough finish followed by prime/paint before putting up insulation/sheetrock.

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    Good morning TGIF for the folks who have weekends off. For those of us who work, hope it's a smooth day!

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    I hope you get the chance. I especially enjoy mudding sheetrock; a satisfying part of the project. My first was 50+ years ago, when I did dad's garage. Insulation isn't as nasty as it once was but this stuff smells like coffee breath (and still need to wear protection). I start installing some of the ceiling sheet rock in a couple days; get to try out one of the lifts. It's a fun project but not something I'd want as a job. I haven't decided on a final finish (if any) but nothing like redoing walls for murals. THAT was a real project.

    Today I'm repairing the old firewall. Left unpainted, the seam tape had to come down and new laid. I'm working above the rafters so it's getting a rough finish followed by prime/paint before putting up insulation/sheetrock.

    Man, you are really doing a job! What was that job with the murals? That sounds interesting.
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    I had a pro paint a mural on a small wall of a bedroom, but the other 2 were wall paper. In '78, fireplace inserts w/ fake rock were "big" but this one was improperly designed. The unit leaked water so the wood tilt out had hidden dry rot when I moved in. It was an interesting November, with no insulation on a 4x8' section of wall. I rebult it, removing the chimney part and my neighbor built an oak insert for a TV and various players, I built a "marquee" above (with lights), and did murals to each side. I started with this...



    Then cut and flipped it so it covers the wall, either side of the insert. As it worked out, the mural was a perfect fit and a different look when flipped.

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    The family room has paneling w/ etched sailing ships and a village, so I found a similar mural for the small opposite wall. Going from textured walls to bubble free flat is a LOT of work. As I recall, it took 4 or 5 coats, though I could have probably primed and applied. My neighbor/contractor made the mistake of showing it to his wife... so had to do the same to his house, sans mural.

    The new insulation is nasty stuff. It doesn't throw as much fiber, but the chemical "bleed" is really nasty.
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