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Old 11-28-2009, 09:02 PM   #21
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Use 18 inch rollers, not really a trick, but I know alot of guys who are stuck on 9's.
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For summer exteriors during peak heat spikes in Upstate NY, start early. Like 5am early. Avoid the midday muggyness. Up here by Lake Ontario, the humidity will kill you before the heat does.
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For in-filling/1st-coating large nail-holes etc, use 5 min joint compound thickly mixed w/ hot water --the mixture becomes hard as quickly as Bondo..

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