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  1. Agreed. Golden boy my ass. Never been a fighter carried more IMO.
  2. LMAO, the fashion police strike again. At least they weren't as bad as the Eagles. Did you see those fugly looking things?
  3. IT'S GIANTS WEEK!!! The Devil made me do it. If you are new to the site, and have never seen this thread, goto page one. Let the games begin!
  4. Somehow I knew this was going to end up here. LMAO
  5. If they are any kind of contractor, they will use that without you saying. Only question they should have for you is what color. Speaking on color, I saw it mentioned somewhere to use a dirt type color or something. As long as you take care of the grout/tile, and apply a sealer/protector every six to eight months,you can use ANY color you like. Grout ends up looking like crap because people don't take proper care of it, and the average consumer is not even aware they need to seal their grout/tile that often. Today there are products that you simply spray on, and there is no wiping down at
  6. Actually, unsanded grout is used in many applications, in fact any time you drop below a 3'16" grout line, sanded grout should never be used. That article/advertisement is BS. You should also use unsanded for transitions like going from tile to wood like in a bathroom to wood hallway. In a typical track home unsanded grout is used in shower stall walls more than 50% of the time. You done good!
  7. As long as all your doing is resurfacing you're fine. You can even change out all of the desk surface boards, as long as you don't change any of the stringers, and or joists that are structural.
  8. For the fridge I'd venture to guess you have a leaky seal around the door causing the fridge to build up condensation, causing water to trickle out the bottom of the door. Pull the drawers from the bottom out and take a look at the bottom catch pan. If it were a line, or motor problem you would have water all the time and not one time a week like you explain. Mold in a bathroom more times than not, is from an underlying problem somewhere else in your home [unless you keep a bathroom window open all the time] While household bleach will help in the cleaning and give the ability to seal the
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