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Answered: Swiming pool tile

Try using a Dremel with a grout attachment. You can get them at Home Depot and at Lowes. My website at has a lot of engraved gift ideas. Lots of luck.

Answered: What solvent removes carpet tile glue?

Removing carpet adhesive from tile is a tedious task that can require repeated treatments before it's successful. Very large jobs might be best left to professionals. Commercial glue-removal products work with varying degrees of success but may contain toxic chemicals. There are nontoxic ways to ...

Answered: Magnesium instead of Calcium?

Well, it is good to have a good balance between the two. If you are taking supplements for these minerals, it may be important to consult a doctor and see what they say for your specific body. Everyone is different and you may get one mineral more then the other in your normal diet.

Answered: Using reclaimed ceramic tile.

With a lot of patience you can chip the thinset away and reclaim the tiles. I'm sure you could use the tiles with the old thinset, but I don't think you could keep them level. Remember, you have to shim up the tiles without dry thinset on the bottom, and I think chipping would be easier than ...

Answered: How much should I expect to pay to have my pool retiled

Well it will depends on the deal you are going to make with the contractor or the company that will do the job. Some companies have there own price on that so I think you should never worry on that. Just ready your pocket.. Pool Repair

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Skuff mark removal on tile floors

various mark removal solutions are available , very easily , which will definately help

Can i take 1500 mg all at once of calcium

Nope-your body ony absorbs around 500 at a time. If you are taking calcium for bones, be sure it includes Vitamin D. Hope this helps--I just asked my GP yesterday.

Converting to inground lap pool

I wouldn't recommend it. The above is a good start but isn't complete. Pools have stress working evenly in-to-out all the way around, with most of the weight at the bottom, and basements have stress working down from the edge where it was designed to carry walls. Pools have completely different ...