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Gorilla glue for stainless steel table?

Hello Friends, I have a stainless steel table top and would like to attach chrome legs to it to complete the table. Will Gorilla glue work for this instead of welding the legs to the table top? I have no idea about welding, but gluing should be easy. Would it stay put? The legs all have a plate at the top so I would just place the glue on that and find some way to clamp while the glue dries. Would this work? What do you think? Thank You William Hayden  (Nov 7, 2012 | post #1)


Can I use my 3-compartment sink as a hand-washing sink?

Hello Friends, I am applying for a health permit and in the plans review question there asking for a hand washing sink; may be three compartment sink, Under the level 2 in the state AZ, Pima County. I'm selling blend which requires blender because the size of my trailer I might be able to get-in a fourth sink in. I will lose counter space.If anybody having any suggestion please share with us. Thanks in advance William Hayden  (Oct 10, 2012 | post #1)


How do I attach a piece of marble to a cast iron pedestal...

Hello friends, The top of the cast iron base has a flat circle about 8inches across with 3 equally spaced, narrow U shaped indents on the outside of the circle. I got the base on its own & want to attach a rectangle of marble to make a small table. Thanks in advance, William Hayden  (Sep 17, 2012 | post #1)


Three Compartment Sinks

Hello guys, Warm wishes to everyone, All health departments require that a three compartment sink be available to perform manual warewashing, should the dish machine break down. Local health codes even dictate what size the bowl and drain boards have to be, so you will want to check these specifications when selecting a sink. The three stages of manual warewashing are wash, rinse and sanitize. Health codes dictate that you have a sink with one bowl for each stage, so a minimum of three bowls are required. Drain board length and bowl size are also regulated by your local health department. The stipulations usually vary between counties, so you will want to contact your local authority to make sure the sink you choose is compliant. As additional considerations, you will want to look at the faucet hole location and spacing. The faucet holes are either four or eight inches apart (at their centers) and can be located on either the backsplash or sink deck. Sinks with deck-mounted holes are ideal when the water lines come through the floor. Wall-mounted holes are best when the water pipes come through or run along the walls. Since faucets are not included, you will need to select one with the same hole spacing and location as the sink you choose. Thanks a lot, William Hayden  (Sep 17, 2012 | post #1)