• I need to drill large holes in a couple hundred fence posts - where can I find a big ogre for the job?

    Best answer: An Ogre would probably kill you if you attempted to use it to drill a fence post. They're pretty angry most of the time. An Auger, on the other hand, is what you need. They come in different sizes, so make sure that you get the right side for your drill.
    Best answer: An Ogre would probably kill you if you attempted to use it to drill a fence post. They're pretty angry most of the time. An Auger, on the other hand, is what you need. They come in different sizes, so make sure that you get the right side for your drill.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you want to have a sex change operation?

    Best answer: Absolutely not.

    Being male is not perfect, but it is what I am and want to remain as.
    Best answer: Absolutely not.

    Being male is not perfect, but it is what I am and want to remain as.
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • I have a big lamp that is making a sizzling noise around the light bulb?

    Best answer: One thing you can try which costs nothing and requires no expertise is switch the lamp off, allow it to cool, remove the bulb and reinstall it. That may resit a slightly dodgy contact and solve the matter, it might not. If not, try changing the bulb - this one might be on the verge of burning out. Failing that, it... show more
    Best answer: One thing you can try which costs nothing and requires no expertise is switch the lamp off, allow it to cool, remove the bulb and reinstall it. That may resit a slightly dodgy contact and solve the matter, it might not. If not, try changing the bulb - this one might be on the verge of burning out. Failing that, it is probably a loose contact where the wiring is connected to the bulb holder, If you're not sure about this one, enlist the help of someone who is.

    It is probably the last one, but it's always worth trying the simplest things first.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Will you help with my herbal sachet recipe ?

    Best answer: Lavender is a nice scent for pillows as the scent helps people relax.
    For clothing rose or lilies of the valley is nice, so is sandalwood or even a mixture of several scents you like.
    Best answer: Lavender is a nice scent for pillows as the scent helps people relax.
    For clothing rose or lilies of the valley is nice, so is sandalwood or even a mixture of several scents you like.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • How can I best coat over steel mesh?

    Hi I want to cover steel mesh, is there a product available that I can use to coat over it so mesh is not visible. I have never done any rendering before. The steel mesh vertically covers gap between two neighbouring walls. I originality did it to stop pests coming in. But i want something to cover mesh. Thanks
    Hi I want to cover steel mesh, is there a product available that I can use to coat over it so mesh is not visible. I have never done any rendering before. The steel mesh vertically covers gap between two neighbouring walls. I originality did it to stop pests coming in. But i want something to cover mesh. Thanks
    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • How would you build a cheap boardwalk about a foot above marsh?

    Bought some land that has some lowlands/marsh/reed canary grass. About 4 to 6 inches of water on average when walking through. I would love to build a simple cheap boardwalk a few hundred feet here and there.
    Bought some land that has some lowlands/marsh/reed canary grass. About 4 to 6 inches of water on average when walking through. I would love to build a simple cheap boardwalk a few hundred feet here and there.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • I clogged my friends toilet - will she be angry??

    reasonably large poo at my friends house, she's away shopping and I clogged the toilet, what do I do???
    reasonably large poo at my friends house, she's away shopping and I clogged the toilet, what do I do???
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Will wrapping plastic hold for a diy vacuum chamber?

    It's not for industrial use, my intention is to do a cheap version of vacuum sealed windows to reduce the very loud noises coming from the street bellow my window specially at night when I am trying to sleep. It would be made of wires, wrapping plastic and masking tape, the grey kind, probably some glue. I... show more
    It's not for industrial use, my intention is to do a cheap version of vacuum sealed windows to reduce the very loud noises coming from the street bellow my window specially at night when I am trying to sleep. It would be made of wires, wrapping plastic and masking tape, the grey kind, probably some glue. I would suck out the air every now and then with a straw type kind of device. What do you think? Brilliant or dumbass idea?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • How to get my solar panel kit to work?

    Best answer: You can't run an inverter on the solar panel, you must have a storage battery involved to charge with the solar panel. You use the solar panel to trickle charge the battery bank up, then use the inverter. A solar charger pad will not keep up with the inverter use on the battery so you'll need some sort of a... show more
    Best answer: You can't run an inverter on the solar panel, you must have a storage battery involved to charge with the solar panel. You use the solar panel to trickle charge the battery bank up, then use the inverter. A solar charger pad will not keep up with the inverter use on the battery so you'll need some sort of a generator to run it without an inverter long term or run the vehicle engine alternator to charge up and run the inverter. If you have a 90 amp alternator you can run at the max a 1,000 watt inverter with the engine idled up for the alternator loading. At this point you may as well get a small 1KW Honda or China genset for AC power.

    My Generac 8KW genset has a dedicated 10 amp 12V battery output for external battery bank charging.

    *Look at this chart - https://caravanchronicles.files.wordpres...
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I be concern the way my house is being built at this time? This house builder been in business for 60 years.?

    Concrete slab poured two weeks ago. Right now I have issues already with cracks and such. The builder contractor told me that this slab is better than most he poured. I thought to myself that it could have been better, but I did mention my concerns about it. Framing started a week ago. Notice that the bottom of... show more
    Concrete slab poured two weeks ago. Right now I have issues already with cracks and such. The builder contractor told me that this slab is better than most he poured. I thought to myself that it could have been better, but I did mention my concerns about it. Framing started a week ago. Notice that the bottom of framing the 2x4 is sticking out a inch or more on the edge of concrete. Should I be concern now or later?
    26 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are flexi hoses recommended for toilets?

    Best answer: Yes, they are common. If yours burst after 6 years it was either a faulty hose or you have excessive water pressure in your home, or perhaps you had it installed with a sharp kink. The hoses can bend, but should never be used to make sharp turns. Find one the correct length so that it attaches from the valve to... show more
    Best answer: Yes, they are common.

    If yours burst after 6 years it was either a faulty hose or you have excessive water pressure in your home, or perhaps you had it installed with a sharp kink. The hoses can bend, but should never be used to make sharp turns. Find one the correct length so that it attaches from the valve to the toilet with only gradual bends.
    20 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can anyone install a Gas oven? (UK)?

    Recently moved into my first flat and I’d like to replace the electric oven with a gas one. The gas pipe is directly behind the current oven, will I need to get it professional installed or can I do it myself?
    Recently moved into my first flat and I’d like to replace the electric oven with a gas one. The gas pipe is directly behind the current oven, will I need to get it professional installed or can I do it myself?
    24 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How to MIG weld?

    16 answers · 2 weeks ago