Automotive seam sealer autozone
New to sous vide. Mysterious leaks - help.
2023.05.24 09:13 Dreadfulmanturtle New to sous vide. Mysterious leaks - help.
Hello all. I just picked up sous vide set, but every time I tried to use it I have following problem:
After about a 30 minutes the vacuum in the bag noticably dimineshes and some air and water enters the bag. The water bath itself then acquires smell of whatever was inside (meat marinade, miso, lemon peels etc.) - without visible polution though.
My current working theory is that at certain point of pressure and temperature the bag itself becomes permeable to a degree - but that sounds kinda silly also. The bags I got specifically allow for sous vide according to the retailer. I also tried the other-smaller bag that was given with the vacuum sealer and put in in bath with some sugar inside and the sugar also got wet. I use double - sealing and there is no visible leak through the seam itself.
What the hell is happening? Thank you.
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2023.05.23 23:41 kingpharaohstomb [WTS] Yama Mountain Gear Cirriform Min Silpoly (12.8oz), Patagonia Houdini Mens Small (3.5oz)
All prices include shipping and PayPal GS fee. PayPal GS only. https://imgur.com/a/7mQslpb SOLD $55 Patagonia Houdini Mens Small Black
Bought from Patagonia used wear for $50 and haven’t used it much. Excellent condition. Older 2019 model with printed logo instead of sewn. 3.5oz. $170 Yama Mountain Gear Cirriform Min Silpoly.
Brand new. Only set up in yard once. Going to stick with my MLD patrol tarp. Not seam sealed. Magnetic door ties. I will include tube of seam sealer. 12.8 on my scale.
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2023.05.23 04:13 lilifer666 Repairing rain pants?
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Hi, I have these REI peak 2.5 L rain pants, and they have some smallish holes/rips in them. I looove these rain pants and don’t really want to buy a new pair. submitted by lilifer666 to CampingGear [link] [comments]
They are not goretex, they are a mix of spandex and polyester.
I’ve tried tenacious tape, but it didn’t stick on very well. Any recommendations on how to fix them up? Maybe seam sealer and then tape on top?
2023.05.22 08:52 sblcoating PU coating manufacturers in india SBL Specialty Coatings
2023.05.22 06:30 JustTheJulian Question for anyone familiar with PPG Omni LV
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Hello all. Fairly new to painting, and while going over the product sheet for the job I’m going to spray tomorrow, I noticed that under additives it calls for me to add 10% clear coat hardener (as I’ll be spraying a white base coat) can anyone explain to me why white base coat in this line requires hardener where as on all other colors it’s optional? Just looking for information so I can learn why white is this way, but not all colors. Thanks in advance! submitted by JustTheJulian to Autobody [link] [comments]
2023.05.22 03:40 darthreddit5000 Cool Ideas for Features in Custom and Accessible Home
Building a custom home in Texas that’s a bit unique in that it needs to be ADA accessible / wheelchair friendly in the master suite, and the more that is reachable throughout the better. Looking for ideas of what to add to the house, either from a custom home perspective or from an accessibility perspective. Not looking for ideas of rooms to add, we have that figured out, just what to put in the bones of the house or in individual rooms. Also not looking at landscaping / porch / patio ideas, just the main house. Here is what I’ve got so far:
- Accessibility Generally
- 36” door widths
- Lower counter height in kitchen / accessible bath
- Wide turn radius for corners
- No / flat floor transitions
- Lower light switches
- Lower door handles; ideally lever handles instead of knobs
- Ramp / no steps to front door
- Grab bars in accessible bathrooms / showers
- Beat board, wood paneling or other decorative details on walls and/or ceilings
- Interior window casings
- Solid core wood doors / thicker wood doors
- Lots of built in bookshelves / cabinets
- Window benches
- Sufficient symmetrical / clean wall spaces for artwork
- Hidden kitchen or kitchen prep area with second fridge / freezer
- Double Oven
- French door wall oven
- Two dishwashers (yes, I know this is controversial)
- Countertop height or drawer microwave
- Induction and gas cooktops
- Appliances with cabinet front
- Cabinet for countertop appliances with swing doors
- Stand mixer lift
- French Range
- Pull out pantry drawers
- Faucet over range (acknowledge there are pluses and minuses to this)
- Built-in fridge (less depth so easier to reach)
- Pots and pans hanger for over range
- Instant hot water
- Larger / work sink / restaurant sink; ideally epoxy quart. E.g, https://www.elkay.com/us/en/sinks/collections/circuit-chef.html This one is nice because it can be used in a way that is easier to reach but also deeper when needed
- Outlets under cabinets not in backsplash (I know this is not ADA friendly)
- Outlets on side of island
- Removable garbage disposal flap (e.g., the Elkay sink referenced above)
- Cabinet and drawer hardware
- Shadow boxes / puck lights / lighting generally
- Automatic range hood or switch that’s lower; or negative pressure in kitchen
- Pull out cutting board
- Spot for trash cans (no, I don’t want a trash can drawer, because of how gross it gets over time)
- Spice rack pullout
- Utensil caddy / knife block
- Small cupboard on side of a cabinet for family calendar / stuff collection that hides the mess and hides it from nosey visitors
- Baking sheet storage
- Lazy Susan in corners
- Slow close drawers
- Plate drawer
- Lid drawer
- Tilt out tray
- Toe kick drawer
- Vacuum sweep for central vac (yes, I know this isn’t always great)
- Master Bath
- Linear shower drain
- Freestanding tub (yes, I know this is not ADA accessible)
- Outlet in master bath drawer (or under vanity in knee space) for appliances
- Indentation in wall or shelf in corner for shampoo, soap, etc.
- No transition in shower
- Big marble or granite slab instead of tile on floors and walls to minimize seams / grout
- Two showerheads; one of which can be handheld
- Bench in shower
- Roll up vanity in master bath or closet
- Plug for bidet
- Urinal (yes, I know this is controversial)
- Lights behind mirrors (on the sides / makes it look backlit)
- Master Bedroom
- Light switch near bed
- Bay windows or sitting area
- Master Closet
- Custom shelving
- Vanity area
- Great Room
- Big mantle
- Space for two washers and dryers (yes, I know this is controversial)
- French style island (wood table)
- Dumb waiter large enough for laundry basket
- Cabinets for storage
- Spot to hang laundry that needs to air dry
- Outlet / space for second freezer
- Salt water softer / pre filter
- Whole house water filtration or reverse osmosis water filtration
- Tankless water heater
- Recessed walls behind toilets
- PEX water manifold with hub and spoke layout
- Larger water main
- Recirculating hot water system
- Septic water collection system
- AC water collection system
- HVAC / Insulation
- Climate control / tight install foam insulation, plus dehumidifier
- High quality windows
- Servo-actuated plenums / control for different rooms
- Interior wall insulation for sound
- Room for at least three cars plus bikes, lawn tools and trash cans
- Ramp to house (no step)
- Smart sprinkler control
- Person door in garage
- Garage door sealer (e.g., https://thermotraks.com) / insulated garage door
- Epoxy floor
- Higher / wider garage doors / room to get in and out of car with wheelchair
- Belt drive for garage doors
- Electric car charger in garage
- AC system either on ground floor in garage or have attic access from garage (minimize service professionals in house)
- Shop space
- Storage space (or higher ceilings for overhead storage)
- Overhead outlet
- 50 amp plug
- Electric / Security / Networking
- Generator / solar panel / battery wiring
- Outdoor intercom
- Interior intercom system (not smart speakers)
- Motion sensor lights in closets
- Outlets in bathrooms for night lights (or built in night lights)
- Baseboard outlets e.g., Flushtek
- Smart Lighting / Lutron / Control4
- Interior smart switch for outlet under eaves (for Christmas lights)
- Wiring for blind automation
- Wiring for security (doors, windows, motion sensors, glass breaks)
- Pre-wiring for pool
- Cabinet lights
- Lots of lighting generally
- Ethernet everywhere / every room
- Ethernet in kitchen under cabinet for security monitor
- Server room
- Conduit to exterior of house for internet company
- Speaker pre wiring
- Outlet under eaves
- Christmas light package
- Metal roof / more durable roof
- Conduit under driveway for wiring
- Trash can pad / small wall to hide it
- Package drop
- Removable hose bibs
- Hose bibs on all corners of house
- Hot water hose bib for car wash
- Tube slide from second floor
- Central vac (I know not everyone likes these)
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2023.05.21 01:20 Drovsy 2013 F150 FX4 3.5L Ecoboost
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Any experienced Ford techs out there with any insight on these codes? I'm a heavy equipment tech at a CAT dealer and have zero experience with automotive stuff besides any typical tinkering but am mechanically inclined, truck still runs fine with no issues, the CEL popped out of nowhere one day submitted by Drovsy to AskMechanics [link] [comments]
2023.05.18 02:50 dramaticpug Paint cracking where seam sealer is applied along the under lip of the liftgate where the license plate lights are
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Just as the title says. submitted by dramaticpug to TeslaModelY [link] [comments]
I took my nearly month old Y through the car wash yesterday evening for the first time since taking delivery. I skip the blow drying stage and peel out to park and dry the car by hand so I can have a more detailed look.
I discover this. I have to say that’s a pretty shit job from the factory. Apparently this has happened on other Y’s. Check under your license plate lights and you might see this on the left and right corners of the deck lip.
The irony: Fremont before it’s Tesla days was NUMMI (Toyota-GM plant that made Corollas and derivatives of it).
I have always believed that a lot of minor issues can be ignored because pursuing perfection is not something that’s possible on a Tesla (more problems introduced than fixed). I came from driving Toyota, Mini, and BMW - all having nice build quality. My Y has for the most part been good on fit and finish (note I didn’t say great), I get looks all the time and I really enjoy driving it and owning it. I knew about the hit and miss QC standards going in eyes wide open. Granted this issue is in a relatively invisible area but come on, it’s fucking 2023 and I don’t think I could leave it as is.
2023.05.17 21:21 DoughnutComfortable9 Is this covered under warranty? First problem with my tdi Passat.
2023.05.17 18:16 zacoz Going to be doing some body work soon. What’s is the stuff in the gap
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As the title says. I’m going to be repairing some rust spots an didn’t know if it’s seam sealer or something else. submitted by zacoz to Mk2 [link] [comments]
2023.05.17 13:28 No_Okra6302 Vinyl Flooring in Bathroom: Why It’s a Smart Choice and How to Make It Work
When it comes to choosing the right flooring for your bathroom, durability, water resistance, and style are key factors to consider. One option that checks all these boxes is vinyl flooring. In this blog post, we will explore why vinyl flooring is a smart choice for bathrooms and provide useful tips on how to make it work. Whether you’re considering vinyl flooring
, luxury vinyl flooring, luxury vinyl tile flooring, luxury laminate flooring, or luxury vinyl sheet flooring, read on to discover the benefits and best practices for incorporating vinyl into your bathroom.
Why Choose Vinyl Flooring for Your Bathroom:
- Durability and Water Resistance: Vinyl flooring is highly durable and resistant to moisture, making it ideal for bathrooms. Its waterproof properties help protect against water damage, ensuring longevity and easy maintenance.
- Versatility and Style Options: Vinyl flooring comes in a wide range of styles, patterns, and colours, including options that mimic the look of natural materials like wood or stone. This versatility allows you to achieve the desired aesthetic for your bathroom.
- Comfort and Softness: Unlike ceramic or stone flooring, vinyl flooring offers a softer and warmer underfoot experience. It provides a more comfortable surface, especially during colder seasons.
- Easy Installation: Vinyl flooring is relatively easy to install, making it a great choice for DIY enthusiasts. It can be installed as peel-and-stick tiles, floating planks, or glued-down sheets, depending on your preference and skill level.
Tips for Making Vinyl Flooring Work in Your Bathroom:
- Proper Subfloor Preparation: Before installing vinyl flooring, ensure that the subfloor is clean, dry, and level. This step is crucial to prevent any moisture-related issues and to ensure a smooth installation process.
- Opt for Luxury Vinyl Flooring: Consider investing in luxury vinyl flooring for added durability and a more premium look. Luxury vinyl options often feature enhanced features such as thicker wear layers and improved scratch resistance.
- Seal the Edges: To further protect against moisture infiltration, seal the edges of your vinyl flooring using a high-quality seam sealer. This step will help create a waterproof barrier and prevent any potential water damage.
- Regular Cleaning and Maintenance: Vinyl flooring is low-maintenance, but regular cleaning is essential to keep it looking its best. Sweep or vacuum the floor regularly to remove dirt and debris, and clean it with a mild cleaner suitable for vinyl surfaces.
- Avoid Harsh Chemicals and Abrasive Cleaners: Harsh chemicals and abrasive cleaners can damage the protective surface of vinyl flooring. Stick to gentle cleaning solutions specifically formulated for vinyl to maintain its appearance and durability.
Vinyl flooring is a smart choice for bathroom flooring, offering durability, water resistance, and a wide variety of styles to suit any aesthetic preference. Whether you opt for luxury vinyl flooring, luxury vinyl tile flooring
, luxury laminate flooring, or luxury vinyl sheet flooring
, following proper installation and maintenance practices will ensure its longevity and keep your bathroom looking stunning. Consider vinyl flooring as a practical and stylish solution when renovating or updating your bathroom.
Remember, consult with flooring professionals or follow manufacturer guidelines for specific product recommendations and installation instructions. Enjoy the benefits of vinyl flooring in your bathroom and transform it into a beautiful and functional space.
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2023.05.17 12:39 sblcoating High-Quality PU Paints and Coatings: SBL Specialty Coatings, Leading PU Coating Manufacturers India
2023.05.13 21:35 ClintonRevenge Loud tick coming from RT 5.7
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Was waiting in a drive through for food and my engine started ticking like crazy. Got a 2012 5.7 RT. Happened to be across the street from an Autozone and had them scan. Got the results back, I’ll link to a image of them. But it was a P0522 Engine oil pressure circuit low. On my dash I’m getting 99 psi on oil pressure. But the tech at autozone said to him it sounds like lifter collapse. The car is parked and won’t be moving until it’s looked over. Tick seems to match rpm, acceleration causes it to speed and it gets good and loud when stopped. Just wanted to see if anyone here had any advice at all. submitted by ClintonRevenge to Challenger [link] [comments]
2023.05.12 13:29 Joebc91 2007 Sequoia 4.7 engine with Maint Light on
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Hoping it’s alright to post in the Tundra forum with the shared 4.7 engine and ask for help 👍🏽 submitted by Joebc91 to ToyotaTundra [link] [comments]
‘07 with code C1360 VSC Master Pressure Sensor. Miles 174837
I flushed the brakes when we first got this Sequoia 2 weeks ago..checked the brake fluid and it’s topped off. Haven’t noticed any leaks at home on the driveway. Looked up the sensor and it appears $500+. Going to try cleaning the sensor and bleed the brakes again. Before I look into a new sensor, has anyone else dealt with this code?
2023.05.10 22:58 Brainfewd Off to get the bay painted in the next day or two.
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Been sanding and stripping old seam sealer for what feels like months. When it comes back the m52b28 and ZF go in. submitted by Brainfewd to E30 [link] [comments]
Did a mild shave of a few brackets that wouldn’t get used. Hopefully I can get this operational for this season.
2023.05.10 19:01 dahlibrary [WTS] Durston Dyneema X-mid pro 1 (479g) and X-mid pro 2 (605g) , Nashville 2022 Design Cutaway Ultra 100 20.5" straps (417g)
I'm going overseas for a few years and won't be using these. Someone else should enjoy them! Items and proof of life
All prices include shipping to USA lower 48 (USPS) and paypal fees. I only do paypal. Local pickup in Salt Lake City area is possible (and I'll give you a discount!) Must send a PM
(here's the link
, it's not the same as a DM.... ) and post in this thread
. I expect prompt payment within 12 hours of claiming something and I will ship it out within 24 hours of payment with a tracking number.
Durston X-mid pro 2 . This is new in wrapper, never been opened. The first release around August 2022. It came too late for my section hike, never used it during the winter or this spring. Get that brand new in box feeling at a nice discount. Comes with Durston sticker, no stakes. $600
Durston X-mid pro 1 . Yeah, I love my X-mids. I pitched this once in my grassy backyard, slept in it one night in the backyard, and was planning on taking it on the PCT this year. Plans changed and while it's literally the perfect tent, I'm also not going to need it for a few years. Comes with Durston sticker, no stakes, I did add a couple thin kite string dyneema loops on all the tieouts so you can put a stake in them easily. $525
- Nashville Cutaway 20" 2022 model in Ultra 100. From the February 2023 production run. 2022 design 20" body length. Comes with 20.5" straps, 2 standard sternum straps, 2 stretchy straps. None have been trimmed. This is a blemished version, it has a small burn hole near the water bottle pocket from some incident during manufacturing. They taped it up on the inside, I put some seam sealer on the outside. Looks ugly, but it's secure. I took this on a couple 2 hour test hikes on a bike trail and a 4 hour hike up a mountain. It's like new. I have a 21.5" torso and I'm 6'4" tall. It's a good fit but doesn't ride high. It does however clear your rear end if you have a long torso like me. $320
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2023.05.10 06:53 elsoll does this hitachi tps work on an sr20det? looks practically identical to an oem tps. any one running it?
2023.05.08 03:23 drinktotem VW Atlas 2021 Code P0496 canister purge valve.
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I have a 2021 VWAtlas v6. Has anyone else had this issue on their Atlas? I replaced the part with an OEM part from Audi and was able to reset the check engine light as my BIL used to be a mechanic and has the tool to reset the light. However after driving about 2 weeks the light came back on and it threw the same code again. It does randomly turn off in traffic or when idling at the drive thru. What other part of the system could be affecting this? Also, I saw a post here about turning on the car and getting the auto start/stop being issue which I am also getting on mine. Is there anyway these two are correlated. See picture of code for reference. Any help would be appreciated. submitted by drinktotem to VWatlas [link] [comments]
2023.05.08 02:52 Naive_Vegetable1421 Just about finished with everything 🙂
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Spent today repairing the only rusted spot on the Sorento. I cut the bottom of the fender off and fabricated the bottom patch. All cleaned up behind it, sandblasted the area, epoxy primer, welded the patch on, weld through primer, seam sealer on the area afterwards. I wasn't overly worried about working with filler to fine tune it as the texture of the stone and chip guard will hide and cover the area well enough. It's shaped correctly and the rust is gone.🙂. But while the side was off the ground I discovered the front wheel bearing has play in it 😪. I'll do it tomorrow after work I've done enough for today. And having the windshield replaced this coming Saturday. And while the OEM shift knob was out of stock I just couldn't take that carbon fiber look shifter anymore 🤮. So I ordered a different one from Amazon and just showed up so I had to swap it out...it'll do. submitted by Naive_Vegetable1421 to KiaSorento [link] [comments]
2023.05.08 01:55 TheReviewCrew How tesla fixes rear hatch leak
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Looks like a toddler applied this seam sealer around the taillights. Too bad I live in a state that doesn't allow service center or I would have taken it back right away. submitted by TheReviewCrew to ModelY [link] [comments]
2023.05.08 00:04 J3rkbag Seal half paver driver now rest tomorrow?
If I do half of my driveway now so we can park asap and the other half of my driveway in a couple of days would it be noticeable. The half of my driveway closest to the street is 100% complete and dry. The half closest to house is almost finished but not quite because they’re doing the front steps. The paver guy said it’s fine as long as I only seal the finished area and then when they finished the rest and let it dry I could seal that half. I’m wondering if there will be a seam of noticeable difference from the area I do today to the one I do in a couple of days. The plan would be to not use the unsealed area at all and only park on the sealed area for now. The sealer is bp pro water based. Thanks
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