Thanks for the advice. I will keep those in mind when it is in my shop. With any luck I will get it home today.
Got that from my step dad. You can have all the good ideas in the world, but if you can't find/afford the stuff to do it, it aint worth nothing.Originally posted by Chipmaker
What, you also dig up the materials then decide what you can do with what you have. Sounds just like my way of doing things. Makes no difference on what would be easiest, what matters to me, is whats already on hand and won't cost anything.
Originally posted by leolav
Good starting point at least. You may want to use some POR 15 on any rust that you see. It is a rust cover/inhibitor that is super on rust. Just paint over and it will never come off. DO NOT GET IT ON YOUR SKIN. It will not come off. (I know from experience, I had to wait for the oil in my skin to break down the paint and peel it off, about a week.)
BOY, you got that one right!!!! OMG I thought the baby was going to be costly. Nothing compaired to this darn house.Originally posted by slipshod
You don't hate spending money. You just don't have any left after building that new house.
Well, I am about eaven with the baby/house thing. Day care is the REAL killer. Almost worth it just to stay home.Originally posted by leolav
I still think the baby is more costly than the house.
Mind you I have twins:
Our weekly outlay for baby supplies:
Baby Food: $50-60
Day Care: $300
Misc: $100 (diaper wipes, soap, clothes, Etc)
My Mortgage payment is only $700/month.
I still wouldn't trade them for anything.