Homefront Radio Show for October 15, 2011

By: Danny Lipford
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Here are some of the highlights from the October 15, 2011, Homefront with Danny Lipford radio show.

Pinnacle 24” T-Square from Woodcraft

Pinnacle T-Square from Woodcraft

Great Giveaway of the Week

This week some lucky listener will win the Pinnacle 24” T-Square from Woodcraft.

To be eligible for this week’s Great Giveaway, call the Homefront Hotline at 800-946-4420 or go to Ask Questions on our website and ask your home improvement question.

Questions Answered on This Week’s Show

This week’s topics of discussion included:

  • Putting in a radiant floor system, and capping it with concrete.
  • Using wood putty to fill a botched job on a door jamb.
  • The reason to cut score lines on a patio slab.
  • Using landscape blocks to create a drop-in grill enclosure.
  • A peculiar viewpoint about toilet tank suction!
  • How to cover stains on ceilings. (see answer)
  • Deck stain that is still tacky after several months.
  • Recoating an asphalt driveway. (see answer)
  • Spackle vs. joint compound. (see answer)
  • Is a garage foundation adequate to support a second floor.
  • How to work on a chimney with a steep roof safely.
  • Painting over wallpaper. (see answer)
  • How to paint a kitchen stove.
  • Removing bathroom wall tile from a shower. (see answer)
  • Cure time for a concrete slab before painting or staining. (see answer)
  • Repairing a water damaged subfloor in a bathroom.

Be sure to listen to each hour for all the answers!

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