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Old 01-12-2019, 07:47 AM   #141
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Lol Robie I got lots of answers about lots of things.... But when it comes to eating soap, climbing mountains or shoving gerbils up my ass I'm a little out of my element.

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Old 01-15-2019, 08:31 AM   #142
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Why?

“Do not tool or smear the bead. Tooling or smearing will reduce any ability the sealant has to withstand UV exposure and joint movement, causing premature joint failure and color fading.”


How does tooling affect UV resistance?
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Why?

“Do not tool or smear the bead. Tooling or smearing will reduce any ability the sealant has to withstand UV exposure and joint movement, causing premature joint failure and color fading.”


How does tooling affect UV resistance?
Watch the video.

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Old 01-15-2019, 09:45 AM   #144
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Watch the video.

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It still doesn’t say WHY the tooling affects UV resistance, just that it does.
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It still doesn’t say WHY the tooling affects UV resistance, just that it does.
Maybe because it thins out the edges...

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Maybe because it thins out the edges...

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Does every single trade have to wear hard hats in Canada or just on the Holmes and Holmes show ? A guy wearing a hard hat doing tile is pretty gay.


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I only wear one when the site requires it.

For example when I go to the airport it doesn't matter what I am doing they require a hard hat

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Old 01-26-2019, 09:32 PM   #149
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I only wear one when the site requires it.

For example when I go to the airport it doesn't matter what I am doing they require a hard hat

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I totally understand commercial types of jobs etc. I see them here often just never on regular residential work unless a union job. Just was wondering if it was just something on the show or all over the country.


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I keep one in the truck with a safety vest just for the dumps. Things have changed. If I have a guy with me helping in the truck and I don't have an extra hard hat or vast he can't get out of the truck war has to get out before I leave the scales.
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I keep one in the truck with a safety vest just for the dumps. Things have changed. If I have a guy with me helping in the truck and I don't have an extra hard hat or vast he can't get out of the truck war has to get out before I leave the scales.


Yea they have. Once I saw the guys at arzee wearing them I knew things were no longer the same. When I did siding I would pick my own order in the warehouse. Even drove the forklift many times lol.


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Yea they have. Once I saw the guys at arzee wearing them I knew things were no longer the same. When I did siding I would pick my own order in the warehouse. Even drove the forklift many times lol.


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I pull my own order half the time at all of my supply yards. These guys are always digging around and I know my way around. But you're right things have changed in that some places have mandates and will even yell at you if you wander past a coned off area.
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Its obvious Inner poosied out. Ran out of answers. Typical Canadien - all beer - no game.

Pity too, because I have a question about french fries - one that may change the natural order of the world.
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Its obvious Inner poosied out. Ran out of answers. Typical Canadien - all beer - no game.

Pity too, because I have a question about french fries - one that may change the natural order of the world.
I'm not a Canadian whizkid but I sure do know a lot about french fries. I probably won't be able to answer your question until you buy me a lot of them though
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Does every single trade have to wear hard hats in Canada or just on the Holmes and Holmes show ? A guy wearing a hard hat doing tile is pretty gay.


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In short yes. If you're on a construction site don't get caught without your lid. It's not dictated by the trade but by the work environment.

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Its obvious Inner poosied out. Ran out of answers. Typical Canadien - all beer - no game.



Pity too, because I have a question about french fries - one that may change the natural order of the world.
Don't panic I'm still around.

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Why do I always have to take a #1 right after taking a #2? Doesn’t matter if #1’d 5 minutes earlier.
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Why do I always have to take a #1 right after taking a #2? Doesn’t matter if #1’d 5 minutes earlier.
Can't sh!t without pissing, that's as sure as death and taxes.

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Can't sh!t without pissing, that's as sure as death and taxes.

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Is it true that when you get older that you cant piss without sh!tting either??

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What makes one a #1 and the other a #2?

After that's answered - How did society come to an agreement as to which is which?

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