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Post #150510556 added 10-24-2021 12:41 PM by nvmyz71 in Hot Deals
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Post #150503869 added 10-24-2021 1:06 AM by diadilus in Hot Deals
Can you charge ridgid batteries with your ryobi adapter and charger?
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Post #150501412 added 10-23-2021 8:43 PM by hmx in Hot Deals
Probably not if you didn't know about it. They've been around for a while so you probably would have noticed already if you did a lot of caulking. If you only do it occasionally, you can just use...
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Post #150501250 added 10-23-2021 8:25 PM by mumu in Hot Deals
I didnt even know power caulking was a thing. should i be doing this?
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Post #150500761 added 10-23-2021 7:47 PM by BeepBopBeep in Hot Deals
Wish I had ordered this yesterday when I saw it
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Post #150500590 added 10-23-2021 7:32 PM by PowerfulMeerkat340 in Hot Deals
Well, it might be different situations, but since my mess wasn’t a super strong adhesive, I let it cure or get solid for a few days after I took it apart. After that, it was basically using a few...
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Post #150499792 added 10-23-2021 6:30 PM by nvmyz71 in Hot Deals
Same here. I still need to take mine apart and clean. Any tips?
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Post #150499699 added 10-23-2021 6:25 PM by Knoit in Hot Deals
It is very useful when the need for long lines exists. In trades where copious amounts of adhesive, sealant, caulk, or whatever is used. Sealing large areas like a kitchen counter, sink, bathroom is...
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Post #150499693 added 10-23-2021 6:24 PM by semjase in Hot Deals
This is a solid, quality tool with good features and great control. Used mine tonight in the rain to finish a job. These guns get used commercially all over the country by many types of tradesmen. ...
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Post #150499621 added 10-23-2021 6:14 PM by rjb702 in Hot Deals
No I can totally see how it could work. I can't keep an even bead. Lol
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Post #150499447 added 10-23-2021 6:00 PM by joekoolxxxx in Hot Deals
Out of stock
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Post #150499351 added 10-23-2021 5:53 PM by RavenSoft in Hot Deals
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Post #150499162 added 10-23-2021 5:37 PM by PowerfulMeerkat340 in Hot Deals
There’s probably nothing wrong with a manual one. But, it’s 2021 and I’m trying to automate anything I can. This gave me better “aim” and more patience because my hands/forearms weren’t burning or...
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Post #150499000 added 10-23-2021 5:30 PM by leeterbike in Hot Deals
Walking along running a smooth seemless bead along white silicone that connects deck to the back patio was worth it alone. Windows, doors, bathroom cracks, trim, etc. All locations with visible...
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Post #150498982 added 10-23-2021 5:30 PM by zcohenld in Hot Deals
You use a manual caulk gun on adhesives or thicker sealants all day and enjoy the wrist and arm pain. If I'm laying a single bead or just using regular silicone caulk sure, I'll use a manual gun. But...
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Post #150498232 added 10-23-2021 4:26 PM by MyrMcCheese in Hot Deals
A consistent, even bead every time was the advantage for me. You can go ahead and say that the regular caulk gun works fine for you, but everybody has their skills and failings.
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Post #150497884 added 10-23-2021 4:03 PM by rjb702 in Hot Deals
It would have to be. Otherwise, yeah what is the points
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Post #150497845 added 10-23-2021 4:02 PM by MyrMcCheese in Hot Deals
The Ridgid one is about a pound lighter, which is nice when you're hitting a lot of locations, or operating one-handed/on a ladder. I'm not sure about the Ryobi one, but the tube holder is removable...
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Post #150497836 added 10-23-2021 4:01 PM by DavidP6348 in Hot Deals
This is a junk tool searching for a problem. What's wrong with a regular caulk gun?
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Post #150497719 added 10-23-2021 3:56 PM by Howard12 in Hot Deals
So what’s the advantage compared to a regular caulk gun? Is it so you don’t have to press hard?
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