Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Ermintrude, Oct 24, 2018.
two pages in and i'm already contemplating opening a bottle of gin with my teeth!
he gave me door chopping advice before he left
So, your going to phone somebody up and say "good sir, I have a really easy job that I havn't got time to do"
"And no I have no lead to steal from my roof"
@Geordie top joiner, rubbish tarmacer
Cheese n onion slice?
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maybe i could fashion something out of Papier-mâché? I think i need to do some research on the components of a door frame, i just thought a good sharp chisel and some filler would do it
Get stuck in, or you'll only have to have a "tradesman" in. They'll rummage through your knicker draw. Is that really what you want?
it's when they do a job for you, send you numerous whattsapp messages afterwards asking if you want to be facebook friends that freaks me out! They're all very forward nowadays!
Too much bad advice from @Geordie .
He uses party packs of 2part wood filler.
Give it a go, worse thing that can happen is a new frame required.
Or maybe a trip to a&e after sharp chisel accident
Sharp chisel will split on grain , wait till andy pandy gets back and mAkE him doit for ya
Reckon the chimney needs repointing. Bi$
Have I read that right - you've got an asphalt floor inside your house, with an asbestos lining?
Your house will never burn down.
No fear, none of my chisels are sharp
That will give the frame a nasty bruise
Modern trades apprentices are taught how to do handstands in laundry baskets.
That was recently used in the Saudi Embassy.
no idea..... there are the oringinal flags which at some point have been covered with a thick layer of what looks like purple, brittle old chewing gum - some round here call it asphalt, but they're all a bit strange Before whatever it is was tipped onto the flags they put down a black/grey membrane thing that looks a bit like black brillo pad. I've no idea if it's asbestos but nothing would surprise me
don't you start! it's not a standard size and would need to be made specially
Just let the household staff deal with them. Best avoided, in my opinion.
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