Help Please – Pen Indents in my wood table via /r/DIY

Help Please – Pen Indents in my wood table So I was signing documents on my dinner table. I had no idea how hard I was signing and apparently the pen made indents on my table. here is a picture of what i did Is there anyway to fix this? Can I buff it out…

Temporary flooring help needed via /r/DIY

Temporary flooring help needed I’m not sure of terminology or how to describe exactly what I’m asking so please bear with me… The house my friend and I just moved into has a really lovely attic, which my friend is using as his bedroom. The stair to the attic from the second floor is totally…

Help: Minimizing/reversing water damage to hardwood floor via /r/DIY

Help: Minimizing/reversing water damage to hardwood floor So I have a hardwood floor (Koa similar to Brazilian cherry) in my kitchen. Daughter made a mistake and long story short water leaked onto the floor, only covered about a square yard for about an hour. Of course cleaned it up asap but the boards here have…

Steel roof over shingles question… via /r/DIY

Steel roof over shingles question… I was under the impression steel roof over shingles had to be done on wood purlins, but I just read this: “You can use an underlayment to cover your old roof. You can use a water-resistant asphalt-saturated felt or a water-resistant synthetic underlayment. For areas with extreme winters or heavy…

Kitchen cabinet wall via /r/DIY

Kitchen cabinet wall I framed out a wall for my kitchen cabinets. I was wondering if it would be easier to place a sheet of plywood over the studs I was thinking 3/4 or 1/2 then drywall over it to make it easier to screw in cabinets later or is that not strong enough to…

Building event framing via /r/DIY

Building event framing I'm putting together a proposal for an outdoor art exhibit that requires some kinetic sculptures to be suspended in a public location and need some help figuring out what to do for the framing. It is roughly cube shaped and needs to be 10'-12' (~3m) wide on each side and 8'-10' (~2.5m)…

What drill is proper for a garden auger? via /r/DIY

What drill is proper for a garden auger? I am trying to use a garden auger on some clay soil to mix in some Gypsum. It is really tough and I have burned out one drills motor. What drill would be proper for this sort of project? Submitted May 05, 2021 at 10:58AM by dblan9…

Deck framing around conduit fitting via /r/DIY

Deck framing around conduit fitting Building a deck mostly on my own. I have a friend who is a carpenter, but mainly just builds concrete forms. He had never built a deck, so I've been doing a lot of research and reading the codes and guides and whatnot. I didn't notice it, but when my…