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Ep 21. Danny Speaks French & Keeping Mildew off a Porch: On this week's podcast, Danny and Joe discuss:  • We catch up with the winners of the “Win Danny and His Crew” contest. Hear from the homeowners about what it’s like hosting Danny for a few days. Plus, Danny gives another try at speaking...

Ep 21. Danny Speaks French & Keeping Mildew off a Porch: On this week's podcast, Danny and Joe discuss:  • We catch up with the winners of the “Win Danny and His Crew” contest. Hear from the homeowners about what it’s like hosting Danny for a few days. Plus, Danny gives another try at speaking...

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Ep 21. Danny Speaks French & Keeping Mildew off a Porch: On this week's podcast, Danny and Joe discuss:  • We catch up with the winners of the “Win Danny and His Crew” contest. Hear from the homeowners about what it’s like hosting Danny for a few days. Plus, Danny gives another try at speaking...

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Lunghezza:
31 minuti
Pubblicato:
May 31, 2019
Formato:
Episodio podcast

Descrizione

On this week's podcast, Danny and Joe discuss:  • We catch up with the winners of the “Win Danny and His Crew” contest. Hear from the homeowners about what it’s like hosting Danny for a few days. Plus, Danny gives another try at speaking French. • How to keep mildew from appearing every year. There’s a foolproof way to protect the exterior of your home. • Why there could be some issues involving tiling over existing tile. • Joe has a Simple Solution that will have you using a six-pack carton to organize spray paint cans and glue bottles. Podcast question of the week: Greg from Alabama asks, “I have recently painted my laminate countertops. I started with sanding, then 2 coats of primer (bullseye 123), 4 coats of dark brown Behr interior paint and finished with 3 coats of Minwax Polyacrylic with sanding in between all coats. It’s only been 24 hours after the last coat of polyacrylic but I notice that if I’m washing my hands at the sink and get water on the counter, it creates a white circle under the water. I clean it up and it eventually disappears after it dries. Why is it doing this? Will it stop after the finish has cured?”
Pubblicato:
May 31, 2019
Formato:
Episodio podcast