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2012.02.12 04:27 Pwnzored1 /r/HomeDepot: a place to talk shop

Hangout for Home Depot associates. No affiliation with The Home Depot Inc. This is not a customer service subreddit for issues with The Home Depot. Please contact your store or call 1-800-HOMEDEPOT (1-800-466-3337) with any issues.

2019.06.22 04:47 Senor_Andy_Panda A place for Reddit users to talk about The Home Depot


2020.01.09 06:31 JuDGe3690 Idiots of Home Depot

Unsecured loads, DIWHYers, and more.

2023.05.28 17:59 jackinbox1 ISO replacement bulb for sconce lantern

ISO replacement bulb for sconce lantern
Looking for help identifying the replacement LED bulb for this fixture on my garage. Probably purchased at Lowe’s or Home Depot, given that the former owner worked there. So far the stores have been unable to identify. In advance, thanks. (The last photo here shows the bulb in place on the fixture, the others show the bulb removed.)
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2023.05.28 17:37 PalaPK No matter how old you get your parents are always trying to look out for you.

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2023.05.28 17:35 Suyoku $10 Velcro Mod

$10 Velcro Mod
Love the tenting kit for work but when laying it flat for gaming the 10mm added height from the tenting kit drove me crazy, mostly due to mismatching heights with the mouse and not being able to rest my forearm comfortably on the desk. Stuck some cheap adhesive velcro on the tenting kit and it works remarkably well. 3 squares on each side were enough to keep it completely stable in tenting mode. It adds the tiniest of squish when typing in tented mode but it doesn't bother me at all. Been using this for a month now with no issues!
I did find the velcro caused the keyboard to slide a smudge when laid flat because the velcro stuck out more than the rubber feet. Bought a $4 pack of rubber feet (okay fine, so guess it's a $14 mod now) from home depot and it's all good now. Increases the height by like 1mm but a hell of a lot better than 10mm
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2023.05.28 17:32 tenchi4u Edge Trimmer bump clutch

Edge Trimmer bump clutch
Disaster struck halfway through when edging my lawn yesterday. I ordered a replacement, as the local Lowe's or HomeDepot didn't have any in stock, but they won't be here until later this week and the wife wanted that lawn looking good for Memorial Day. I found and modified (made bottom flat since I have mixed luck with prints that print mostly on supports) a model I found for a Greenworks 80v trimmer (mine is a 60v, luckily it's the same part).
Thingiverse link to original: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4562497
Printed (PETG, 50% infill), fit and functioned fine. We'll see how long it holds up.
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2023.05.28 17:29 ThrowNoW4y What are the best places to get affordable materials?

My father always goes to Home Depot for everything from wood to fixtures. I’m just wondering if anyone has alternatives for more affordable wood/Sheetrock/kitchen cabinets and fixtures/ bathroom fixtures?
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2023.05.28 17:21 Mountain-Sell-8414 Copyright Claim to Stop Tik-Tok Creators in Stores

I have a hypothetical legal question. Just saw a video of two women in what looked like Home Depot, one dancing and the other recording. This was to the annoyance of the other customers.
My question is this. Could Home Depot put up a sign that says all photography and videography taking in store grounds is the intellectual property of Home Depot and cannot be posted or transmitted without the express permission of HD? Then when someone does something like this, they just file a DCMA notice with YouTube or TikTok and get it taken down? Thus disincentivizing the creators from doing it in the first place.
Forget the practicality of this, I was just wondering if it was legal or not?
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2023.05.28 17:09 bobthemaintainer Applied Apeonomics

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2023.05.28 16:59 Ball27 Good Standing desk frame?

So im thinking of buying a standing desk frame and then getting the desk top somewhere else(home depot maybe). Right now im considering the Topsky dual motor stage 3 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09DY2D5ZL/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A2DCO8O9J9P2I9&psc=1
Although im having some 2nd thoughts and think I should maybe splurge a bit and go for the uplift v2 frame but that one is nearly $170 more. Based on the specifications I cant really justify that price increase. Anyone have any thoughts or recommendations for other desk frames? Would like to keep it around $300 but can go up to $500 if i need to.
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2023.05.28 16:01 mikeschwally1 We're having a sale on chains this week...

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2023.05.28 16:00 RiverCityMystery Did Joseph Weldon Brown kill 13 women between 1995-2000? He claims he killed prostitutes/co-eds/hitchhikers between Las Vegas & Pennsylvania during that time. Authorities say he is lying; what do you think? Doing research for my podcast.

Here's an article that goes into details of his case:
Life without parole and nothing to lose
By Ken de la Bastide
Tribune enterprise editor Jul 1, 2011
Pieces of Ginger Gasaway’s body were discarded in three counties.
It was Joseph W. Brown’s way of hiding the evidence of his crime, murdering the woman he formerly called a lover.
The crime still haunts investigators who crossed Brown’s path. One journalist described him as “a force of evil.” Now investigators say that force fell upon Charles Miller. Police say Brown strangled and killed the former Howard County resident in a cell at the Miami Correctional Facility at Bunker Hill.
Ginger Gasaway broke up with Brown 11 summers ago.
The punishment for that, in Brown’s mind, was death.
A cruel, humiliating death.
Brown talked his way into her apartment Aug. 29, 2000.
“Gasaway was sorry for dating her ex-husband and knew she was going to die,” said Maureen Hayden, a newspaper reporter Brown sought out after his murder conviction in 2001.
“Gasaway even cried a little during sex, knowing that her punishment for betrayal was coming.”
After strangling Gasaway with a shoe lace, Brown headed to a nearby Home Depot in Evansville to buy an electric saw. He unsuccessfully tried to dismember his victim’s body, so he returned to the hardware store looking for advice, according to court records from Brown’s murder conviction.
This time, he was covered in blood. He told the clerk he was trying to cut up a deer and the saw he bought wasn’t cutting it. With a new blade in hand, Brown returned to Gasaway’s apartment to finish his work.
The job turned out to be harder than he expected, so Brown made himself bacon, toast and coffee before going about the work of scattering pieces of Gasaway’s body in Posey, Gibson and Warrick counties.
It’s the stuff of Hayden’s nightmares and the novel “Blood Trails” written by Rick Reed, an Evansville Police Department investigator in Gasaway’s murder.
Formerly a reporter with the Evansville Courier & Press, Hayden corresponded with Brown through letters and collect phone calls from the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility at Carlisle.
Brown first contacted Hayden by letter, writing that he wanted to confess to 13 other murders.
Brown claimed to have killed women — prostitutes and co-eds he picked up hitchhiking — from Las Vegas to Pennsylvania.
Little to no evidence surfaced on Brown’s claims to be a serial killer, Reed said. Brown himself couldn’t even lead police to the bodies, nor recall the victims’ names.
But one name he did know was Andrea Hendrix-Steinert, a prostitute in Gibson County.
Eventually, Reed said, investigators from the Vanderburgh County law enforcement agencies, with help from the FBI, determined Brown’s claims to be untrue.
In the Hendrix-Steinert case, there was no DNA match for Brown or the other suspects, so officials opted to not prosecute a 5-year-old case.
But Reed, now retired from the force, said he is convinced Brown killed Hendrix-Steinert in 1998.
“I don’t know about the other 12,” Reed said. “I think he killed many other people. We just don’t know the names, where or when.”
Reed has company in thinking Gasaway isn’t Brown’s only victim.
It’s easier for someone who has killed before to kill again, said Stan Levco, former prosecutor in Vanderburgh County where Brown’s murder case was tried.
“When he made the claims [to have killed 13 women], it was not a matter of his not murdering someone before, just not that number,” he said.
But why kill Miller?
Reed has a theory. He said Brown wants a single-bed cell and a pet, both of which you get on death row.
At the request of Gasaway’s family, Levco didn’t seek the death penalty. Brown was sentenced in 2001 to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
“[Brown] had a hard time in the general population,” Reed said. “He’s paranoid and has conflicting emotions all the time about his sexuality.”
In his confession to Indiana State Police Detective Mike Tarrh after Miller’s death June 19, Brown said he packed his personal belongings after the killing, knowing he would be transferred.
“It was bound to happen,” Reed said of Miller’s death.
When he was in prison the first time, Reed said, Brown tried to beat another inmate to death with an industrial can opener. It took several people to pull him off. For that, Brown received an additional five-year sentence.
For whatever reason he committed his crimes, Joseph Brown will be etched in the minds of the journalist and investigators who talked with him.
“It does freak me out,” Hayden said when she learned of Brown’s latest victim.
“I’m nauseated,” she said. “I feel like I had when he wrote me letters. It was very disturbing. The encounter was a vivid reminder that there is evil in the world. It felt like a force of evil.”
For Reed, Brown played a role in his retirement.“I didn’t want to work another murder case like that,” Reed said.
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2023.05.28 15:54 EliteRefinishingNY Choose A Reglazing Specialist Blog Post Day - 1

Welcome to our 30-day blog series, where we will dive into the importance of choosing a professional reglazing expert over using cheap home depot kits. Today, let's explore the value of professional reglazing and how it can provide a lasting transformation to your surfaces.
Have you ever looked at your worn-out bathtub or outdated tiles and wished you could give them a fresh, new look without the hassle of a complete renovation? Well, you're in luck! Professional reglazing is a cost-effective and efficient solution that can breathe new life into your surfaces, giving them a beautiful and lasting transformation.
Unlike DIY kits available at home improvement stores, professional reglazing involves the expertise and skill of trained technicians who specialize in refinishing and reglazing various surfaces, such as bathtubs, tiles, countertops, and more. These experts have the knowledge and experience to deliver exceptional results that can truly enhance the aesthetics and functionality of your home.
One of the key benefits of professional reglazing is its ability to extend the lifespan of your surfaces. Over time, constant use, exposure to moisture, and cleaning agents can cause wear and tear on bathtubs, tiles, and countertops. Chips, cracks, stains, and discoloration become more noticeable, making your surfaces look old and tired. However, with professional reglazing, these imperfections can be repaired and concealed, effectively extending the life of your fixtures.
Moreover, professional reglazing offers a wide range of color options and finishes, allowing you to customize your surfaces according to your taste and style preferences. Whether you want a classic white bathtub or a modern, vibrant tile pattern, reglazing professionals can deliver the exact look you desire. This versatility allows you to update the appearance of your surfaces without the need for costly replacements or renovations.
In addition to the aesthetic benefits, professional reglazing also provides practical advantages. Reglazed surfaces are much easier to clean and maintain compared to worn-out or damaged ones. The smooth, glossy finish achieved through reglazing not only adds beauty but also repels dirt and grime, making it easier to keep your surfaces looking pristine. This saves you valuable time and effort on cleaning, leaving you with more time to enjoy your renewed spaces.
It's important to note that professional reglazing is not limited to just residential properties. It is also a popular choice for commercial establishments such as hotels, restaurants, and rental properties. The ability to transform worn and outdated fixtures into fresh and inviting ones can significantly enhance the appeal of these spaces, impressing customers and tenants alike.
In conclusion, when it comes to rejuvenating your surfaces, professional reglazing is a valuable investment that offers a lasting transformation. By choosing an expert reglazing service over cheap home depot kits, you can enjoy the benefits of extended surface life, customization options, and easier maintenance. Whether you're looking to revamp your bathroom, kitchen, or any other area with worn-out surfaces, professional reglazing is a cost-effective solution that can bring your vision to life.
Stay tuned for tomorrow's blog post, where we will explore the Reglazing Process: A Comprehensive Overview . Remember, when it comes to reglazing, leave it to the experts for a truly remarkable transformation.
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2023.05.28 15:53 Dry_Entertainer_1232 I love home depot! They let me make this new meme

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2023.05.28 15:50 rainforestparadise We’re not supposed to use company vehicles for personal use

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2023.05.28 15:48 wrightiam Which HELOC option is better?

We belong to two credit unions, both have different promotions and rates on HELOC’s. We are looking to establish one to take a relatively small amount (around 10k) for some basic home improvements but we are stuck on which option is better:
Bank 1: 12 month intro rate of 4.5%, minimum payment during draw period of $100, after into: market rate up to 15.7%.
Bank 2: 6 month intro rate of 2.99%, no minimum payment, after intro: market rate -.50% no more than 13%.
Both are 10 year draw, 20 year repayment, no fees/closing costs as long as we do not pay off or close within first 3 years.
I’m leaning towards bank 2, but the extra 6 month intro rate at bank 1 is what’s throwing me off. We do plan on paying it off shortly after the 3 years.
Which seems like the better option?
Edit: paying for it outright is not an option. We have things that need to be fixed right now and don’t just have 10k on hand. We understand the risks of a HELOC, we can easily afford it and can even pay it off early if we wanted, but we’d be penalized. It’s a HELOC or a credit card, this is a better option than the interest Home Depot charges.
I am just asking between those two, is there one that is better than the other? (Or maybe it doesn’t matter and we just go with the bank we like more?)
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2023.05.28 15:41 sirnick88 Looking for placement or watering advice

Looking for placement or watering advice
I got this cactus a few years ago from Home Depot and noticed the leaves have been growing very quickly and then drooping and struggling to maintain their structure. This window gets lots of indirect sunlight, and a couple hours of direct sunlight (depending on the time of year). I usually add a bit of water every week when I water the rest of my succulents but think I might be over watering now. Thoughts?
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2023.05.28 15:39 mikeschwally1 We're having a sale on chains this week..

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2023.05.28 15:38 hughmahn4 Help me decide - Compact SUV or Coupe

Some context, wife and I currently share a midsize SUV, and while the experiment has been interesting, we need a second vehicle. The SUV will become hers and I’m looking for myself but needs to be automatic for the times she wants to drive it. Groceries, road trips with lots of luggage, etc would be done in the current suv.
Ok, so I want something sporty but can’t decide on a compact suv or a coupe. Technically I don’t need back seats but my luck soon as I don’t have them I’ll need them.
For SUV’s I’m looking at the BMW x3m and the Porsche Macan gts. Cars I’m looking at the BMW M4 and the Porsche 718 cayman (which is a stretch because of 2 seats). I’ve looked at a few 911’s in my price range and with 10k miles the interiors are already rough; I just don’t it.
So my question is, what do others do that already have an SUV? Do you buy another SUV or a car? I don’t really want a truck. If I need a truck, I rent one from my local Home Depot for an hour. Are there other options out there I haven’t considered that might be recommended that does not exceed my max limit of $105k.
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2023.05.28 15:34 Cautious_Appeal_2259 11 foot 2 piece surf rod hard case options?

Hello, just wondering if anyone could recommend a hard rod case for my nice 2 piece jigging world shadow surf rod for my car or if I should just go and make one at Home Depot with pvc?
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2023.05.28 15:26 PoundInternational66 HIKOLAYAE Myrtle Springs Nested Hardside Luggage Set 3 Piece $99 (Reg. $275) at Home Depot!

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2023.05.28 15:26 PoundInternational66 Hampton Bay 10 ft. x 10 ft. Outdoor Patio Arrow Gazebo $126 (Reg. $309) at Home Depot!

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2023.05.28 15:07 Gandoofadoof Alternative/comparable option to clear Varda wood "stain"

We don't live near enough to an IKEA to drive all that way just to pick up some of their wood stain, and they don't deliver it.
Does anyone else know an alternative we could buy at say Home Depot?
We just bought the KLOVEN deck chairs and the NORRMANSO table and chairs and want to make sure we are doing everything we can to make the last! Have covers for them, but also want to "re-stain" as they recommend.
It seems the VARDA clear "stain" isn't actually a "stain", but rather an acrylic wood treatment that is water-based? Does this sound right? Do we need to sand before we "re-stain" or just apply the product directly to the wood?
Any alternatives to this product that anyone is aware of?
Thank you!
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2023.05.28 15:01 nl_fess Beep boop

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