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    Recommendation for a home arc welding machine?

    So, I would like to find a machine that I can use on rare occasions. Anyone here have a recommendation?

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    I had a stick welder for years, it worked well, but I alway spent ages grinding and cleaning the welds up, useless for thin car work. I now have a mig, welds 0.7 - 8mm very very well, would never go back to stick. But gas is a added expense. You can see a comparison of different devices here: http://lidl-schweissgeraete.com/

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    Good evening guys. I love gardening! This is my hobby. From an early age, my grandfather taught me how to properly care for various plants. Could you give me some haircut tips?

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    Three years ago I started out with a mess quite like yours only worse. There was a pond next to my cabin which you could barely see and couldn't walk through the weeds and briars to get to. It was advised here to start with a mower that was surplus to my needs as I knew this would kill it. It worked somewhat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinseven View Post
    Three years ago I started out with a mess quite like yours only worse. There was a pond next to my cabin which you could barely see and couldn't walk through the weeds and briars to get to. It was advised to start with a mower that was surplus to my needs as I knew this would kill it. It worked somewhat.
    I agree with all your purchases for the house and yard. All is necessary, although I would take a greater care about cleaning after these works, right. Actually, do you use open-type trimmer? Read this article about new items that will certainly help you! Just look at these fantastic cordless robot lawn mowers! They are really a dream. And they won't spread the grass remains all over your yard.

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    I never used it before. Why do you even need it?

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    I found recently in the following link , about people who repair or install a bathroom for you, I have a question before contracting their services that I should ask to make the job cheaper or that I should ask for installation because I want it to be cheap to have enough money saved and invest it in another part of the house, what advice can you give me?

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