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- Q:The bottle on elmers rubber cement has a warning not to use if pregnant or contemplating being pregnant, and I am 5 weeks, what could the side effects be? I used it for aprox a half hour of time.
- Most likely toxicity from the odor, if used over a long period of time (like when abusing / sniffing glue).
- Q:i know there is a certain height from where when you fall into the water you can no longer survive becuase its like hitting cement. how far is that?
- It is never like actually hitting cement, but can be pretty hard. This is to do with the speed you hit the water, which if you are jumping in relates to the height you have jumped from. Also relates to the angle you hit the water, if you hit it flat you will not penetrate as well and feel more of an impact. This happens because water is essentially incompressible - it is not very good at being squeezed so, if it cannot get out of the way fast enough, it is you who gets squeezed instead! Air on the other hand, is easier to move and is easily squeezed, so poses little resistance (unless you aretravelingg really fast).
- Q:The liner I use usually breaks within months and is very costly.My concern is how do I do the walls for the pond using cement without having to seperate the walls from the bottom of the pond. I have the hole in the ground whats my next step...
- lol I've seen this question on many different sites and every one gives the same answer. And I always disagree with there answers, Rubber liners no matter how good they claim to be suck. And cement isnt harmful to your fish. Cement just gives it a higher PH and most fish will adapt. If your worried about that, they sell special sealers for ponds. Cement is the best way to go though if you want something permanet and lasts longer. You want to have some help, it only works if you can pour the concrete all at the same time so you get one solid piece. Make it atleast 4 inches thick. Be sure to put chicken wire or something to make it strong. Pour the bottom first, when your done smoothing that out, work your way up. make sure the cement isnt too wet so you can get it to stick on the way up. the more of a slope you have the easier it will be to form the walls. The next day when the concrete is starting to cure, wet it, this will help it cure. Keep wetting daily. It should cure in about 2 weeks to a month depending on the temperature outside. dont fill it with water until it is fully cured. If you want you can seal it to prevent the cement from changing the ph in your pond, Sherman williams sells a sealer for potable water tanks, thats what you will need to seal it with. If it ever cracks, you can seal the cracks with a caulk made for aqariums, usually sold at aquarium stores. Good look, and dont be scared of all the hard work, it really pays off. I hate having to change rubber liners all the time just cuz of roots messing them up, or the sun making them brittle. And those sub-liners dont make much of a difference.
- Q:how many cubic feet does 1 bag of cement make?? its a 80 lb bag...In your thoughts or in your experience.....thanks!!
- The actual cement required for concrete is affected by the choice of the maximum coarse aggregate size. As the maximum coarse aggregate size is decreased the cement content must increase to provide the required quantity of cement paste to coat all of the aggregate particles. Assume that the proportions will be made based on one part being a cubic foot (this is convenient since a 94 lb. bag of cement is 1 cubic foot of bulk material). For a 3/4 maximum coarse aggregate, the mixture would be 1 part portland cement, 2 1/2 parts sand, 2 1/2 parts coarse aggregate, and 1/2 part water. The sum of the parts is 6 ?. In general the final volume of concrete produced will be approximately 2/3 of the sum of all the volumes included in the mixture. Therefore the approximate volume of this concrete mixture is 4.3 cubic feet. If you adjust the above mixture based on a 80 lb. bag of cement, then you will produce 3.7 cu. ft. per bag approximately. If you are talking about an 80 lb. bag of ready mix (sand garvel are already mixed in the bag), then it would be 0.60 cu.ft. per bag.
- Q:my dad took the vinyl tile off our garageand he wants to spread cement over the garage floorwhat type of cement would stick to the floor as well as tile glue so the cement would stck forever
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- Q:I have horribleee pine green carpet in my room. BUT my walls are brightly painted. I'm suppossed to be getting floors for my room in about a month. I hate looking at my carpet but idk if I should rip it up or if the cement would look bad. My room is decorated nicely so idk if that would make cement look less scary. Should I rip my carpet up? I'm sure its cement underneath.
- if you rip the carpet up, you can't just leave the floor like that. Not even for just a month. Wait out the month with the carpeting you have.
- Q:what's the difference between concrete and cement, and what are they used for?
- Concrete is a composite structure of sand, gravel, possibly some larger rocks, and cement. Cement is basically a water activated adhesive that is used for gluing rocks and sand to each other. To get a feel for how this works, without mixing up concrete and cement, first try and tear through ten sheets of computer paper, then pour out a puddle of white glue onto wax paper and let it dry over night then try to bend and tear it, then use a paint brush to evenly spread white glue onto paper and press together ten layers of the same paper you tried to rip before, cover with wax paper and lay several books on it overnight so it can dry then try and rip the glued paper. What you will find is that the glued paper is much stronger than either of the two ingredients by themselves, and if you use just the right amount of glue it will be stronger than the sum of the parts. In the same way, the Aggregate (Sand, Gravel and rocks) act as the structure that the load rests on, while the cement is the glue that keeps the aggregate from shifting. Many people think that cement dries to become hard, but that is inaccurate, a chemical reaction takes place between the water and the cement powder that causes the powder to turn into a solid mass, then any excess water that was not used in the chemical reaction evaporates from the concrete.
- Q:Ok so I want to pour cement in this, im assuming, 12 by 8 ft sized area. How mane bags of cement would I need? How many boards do I need? Do I even need them? Do I also need that wire for the bottom? How much does that run?Can anyone give an estimate of the total cost?
- A 12 X 8 is pretty big size, 96 square feet. If you want to use the bags, then on the bag it will tell you how many square feet it would cover. You would need at least 4 boards to build your frame, and then either re-bar or wire panels. The panels would be about $10.00 each. If it were me, I would build the frame and then call redy-mix company to come and pour the cement.
- Q:My contractor charged me $450 for cement for laying out 600 sq ft tile on the floor. He told me he used 27 bags. This is in addition to grout. Cost seems very high. How many bags is typically needed?Thanks a lot
- I have installed many tile floors. The tiles are set in motar and the grout is used to file in between the tiles. I don't even know what he means by cement. Was it used as a leveler? Is this a mud set job? What ever it is it sounds like a lot of bags. A contractor should tell you up front what the cost of the work is going to be. If something comes up during the work that cost extra money then they should discuss it with you prior to proceeding. If his final bill is what he told you it would be, then just pay him. If all the cement is extra then he has a lot of explaining to do.
- Q:I've had braces and had a permanent lower retainer put in. Well the dentist removed it today and never scrapped the cement off of the back of my teeth. Anyone know of a way that I can get it off at home without having to go back to the dentist?
- I wouldnt risk using anything, I think you are just going to have to go back! You dont want to damage your teeth in any way! Especially with a perfect smile now!
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