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    Power tool brand for decent quality great price

    Hi STWW and Tanoshi The finish I want is not the "brown matt paint" type which is often used for wooden houses. Rather I want something with more of a soft lacquer look. It’s for open wardrobe shelving and maybe drawers, and should match these doors furniture and posts 20150831-002A7104.dng I hadn’t thought of the damp effect The shelves etc will fit in between various sized sections like this which go round two walls of the dressing room I think a test may be called for with an off cut. Just gotta find an offcut Sent from my iPad using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
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    Power tool brand for decent quality great price

    Thanks for the great advice confirms my thoughts that going economical can be ok (also not ok like the Ryobi). I actually have a B and D corded hammer drill or I’d buy the Bosta. But would like a cordless drill with decent battery (pref 2) for small drilling and screwdriving. The only other thing I have is a cheap but ok angle grinder so I guess a circular saw is on the cards may be cutting up a few sheets of MDF soon. Bonus question: Has anyone stained MDF with dark oak finish......wondering if it would look well or would we know it was MDF underneath? Sent from my iPad using Thaivisa Connect
  3. I can't remember if it was Wickes or Homebase in England where 15-20 years ago I bought a fairly hefty cordless drill which never broke down, and had quality batteries which lasted. They had a range of tools. I can't remember the brand but they were definitely NOT the price of normal quality tools. ( i had a lovely Wickes double handed SDS hammer drill which never failed and was also reasonably priced while not super cheap. I'm not using tools daily any more, so i don't need the best but I am considering getting a bit better kitted up with both power and hand tools and i would like them to last. I'm guessing there must be at least one brand of power tools probably from China that has built up a reputation for decent quality at a really good price. The question is does anyone have any recommendations? Thanks
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    Slow running taps!

    I was gonna suggest the filters, honest Sent from my iPad using Thaivisa Connect
  5. Hi it’s a bog standard fridge the height of my chest.....push button defrost, the type that cost under 7000 The compressor is running, there are no coils or fins visible down there I guess they’re in the cowling, and it says on e back the sides can get warm. I can’t feel or hear any fan at the top end. I hear a hint of liquid gurgling, just a hint. In the icebox there’s some broken plastic at the front and on the metal casing there’s paint missing the size of 25 satang and looks rusty. I think someone’s tried to lever ice out thebox and maybe made a leak or corrosion which has become a leak. The wife took it out of a condo she rents out and replaced it with an auto defroster. Anyway..... Around the little rusty area and in e tray underneath there,s a little light clear oily feeling stuff. I suspect this is refrigerant. She went to a local guy who asked for 1200 to fix. So if it was fixed there'd be a bit of cracking etc inside, but the outside looks like new, it’s maybe 4 years old. It could be a good fridge for the outside kitchen to be. Is it a fair price? Sounds dear, if so what should I pay for call out repair assuming it needs an epoxy leak fix and refrigerant refill? Would a refrigerant leak stop the top fan working via perhaps a cut out? Thanks Sent from my iPad using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
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