No Mayo Means Extra Mayo

No Mayo Means Extra Mayo

The guys chat about the importance of knocking down personal projects and give handy tips for your hinges and paint rollers. Ray also talks about skydiving and living above a family of gypsies.

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Show Summary

Ray opens the show talking about the different projects he’s working on, and he also presents Adam with a gift from the past. Adam and Ray then respond to a video question about how to finish a bench that was built out of a pallet. Adam also explains the importance of setting projects for yourself and seeing them to completion. Later, Ray presents tips about hinges and paint rollers. In the last part of the show, the guys respond to calls about the effort of tiling, patching brick and wood siding, and the best way to buff and finish a DIY desk.

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7 Responses to “No Mayo Means Extra Mayo”

  1. Ed
    2013/08/31 at 10:18 am #

    THE BENCH
    Knowing what pallet wood is like, dont you have to seal it to keep SPLINTERS out of your ASS!!!!!

  2. Julio
    2013/08/31 at 5:15 pm #

    If someone wants to charge me more than my consulting rate to work on my house or car, then I do it myself and pretend I’m earning my exorbitant fee. Much more satisfying than writing a check to some dude who’s probably going to do a half-ass job anyway.

    • George
      2013/09/02 at 1:22 pm #

      Dig!

  3. Chris from Lakeland, FL
    2013/09/01 at 11:08 am #

    Last call, dude with holes in his clapboards:

    Clean each hole out thoroughly, with a drill bit or whatever you can get in there. If the holes are bigger than your finger, ask your hardware guy for a Rotary Rasp, a bit you can stick in your drill to clean out larger holes. Use the 2 part stuff, like the epoxy products, to fill the holes; bigger holes may take a couple of fillings, as there is some shrinkage. DON’T overfill the holes, as you’ll have a hell of a time sanding that stuff down! Last tip, get some disposable paint brushes and “paint” the surface of the filler while it’s wet, to feather it into the adjacent wood grain. Otherwise, it’ll look like crap from a mile away. Don’t go overboard, but try to give the surface the appearance of wood grain.

  4. G
    2013/09/02 at 5:16 pm #

    Can a dimmer be used with LED lights ?? I enjoy the show much. Ray I own 2 homes and I’m your age. G

  5. Eric
    2013/09/05 at 6:21 pm #

    for the fiberglass shower, how about a small hole (1/8″ or smaller drill bit) at the end of all the cracks to help keep them from getting longer. i have done the same thing with cracks in fiberglass on snowmobiles.

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