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Can You Put Shower Door on an Uneven Wall? (How To)

There is no harm in opting to install a shower door on an uneven wall. However, you will need to ensure that you carry out the necessary steps before and during the installation process. In other words, you should mount a shower door on an uneven wall as long as you can achieve the maximum 5mm unevenness requirement.

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Can You Put Above Ground Pool on Uneven Ground? (How To)

You can put an above-ground pool on uneven ground, however, the ground shouldn’t be excessively uneven. A little bit of unevenness—less than an inch—is acceptable, but anything more than that might cause a levelling issue and your pool could collapse in the harshest winter months.

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When To Use Vinyl Plank vs Carpet (Pros/Cons/Cost)

If you need to choose between carpet or vinyl plank flooring, consider that vinyl plank flooring is better for damp areas of the home and much easier to clean. It also tends to last longer than carpeting. If you’re just looking for flooring that is inexpensive and uncomfortable under your feet then carpeting may be the right decision.

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Can You Put Peel And Stick Tile Over Brick? (How To)

So, what preparations do you need to put peel and stick tile over brick? You only need to fit the brick wall with the extra (concrete) panel. To do so, remove any grime, mortar, dust and other debris on the brick wall to achieve a clean flat surface. Then fit the concrete sheeting as required.

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Can You Put Peel and Stick Tile Over Fireplace? (How To)

To apply your peel and stick tiles, you’ll need to clean the surface thoroughly. Then, lay out the tiles and determine how you want the layout. Cut the tiles to shape where necessary, peel the backing off of the first tile, and press it into place. Work in lines so that you keep the tiles even.

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Can You Put Peel and Stick Tile Over Textured Surface (Walls/Floor)? (How To)

The most important component in successfully using a peel and stick tile is having a clean surface. Remove any dirt or grime that could lessen the hold of the adhesive peel. Use a degreaser if necessary. Clean the surface thoroughly, including the grout lines.

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Can You Put Plaster Over Gloss Paint? (How To)

To put a plaster over gloss paint, you need a bucket, a sponge mop, a notched trowel, a window trowel, a hand drill with an attached paddle, a bucket trowel, a plasterer’s float, a hawk, and a utility knife. Check your toolbox for what you don’t have and order from your local home improvement store.

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Can You Put Plaster Over Filler? (foam/gap/acrylic/etc)

It’s important to know what to do when you’re putting plaster over gaps or filler materials such as foam. You’ll need to sand or cut it down so that you have a good starting surface, then further prepare this with screws and a quality wall filler if there’s only expanding foam in this spot. 

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Can You Put Peel and Stick Tile Over Wood Floors? (How To)

When putting down peel-and-stick tiles over your wooden floors, you will likely not need adhesive. Choose a good adhesive and apply it thoroughly. Before installing the new flooring, make sure you’ve measured the room where it should go so you have enough to cover the whole floor.

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Can You Put Plaster Over Popcorn Ceiling? (How To)

To put a plaster over the popcorn ceiling, scoop at least ¼ cup using your joint drywall knife and then position it at a 45-degree angle against the ceiling. While maintaining the 45-degree angle, pull the knife along the ceiling. Make sure you apply enough paste to cover the popcorn as required. 

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