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  1. kmealy

    Finishes At Home Depot

    Was at HD this afternoon for some supplies. I noticed they are clearing out all their Minwax products and have them marked down to about 1/2 price. If you have some favorites, worth a trip. They are converting to Varathane and happen to have some of that marked down about 30% too, at least at for the varnish I was looking at. Here I was wearing my Varathane T-shirt.
  2. kmealy

    Ship To Store

    I have been using Home Depot's ship-to-store for a few years to get things that no one stocks locally. Not sure how they make money selling me a $3.50 item and package and ship it UPS to the store for me. But they've always had a staffed register right inside the door (and special parking spots for sts). Even though I try to avoid it, Wal*mart has a similar program. I used to hate wasting time for someone to get my package. Last order, there was a giant machine in the front of the store. You enter your order number and a robot picks it up from inside the machine and brings it to the front, or for larger item, unlocks a locker just to one side. Had a trip to Lowe's today and saw some new signs on the entry door. Lo and behold, right inside the door was a staffed booth for online order pickup. The blue vest guy said if it's in the store, they'll pull it and have it sitting there in a little as 20-30 minutes. (about as long as it takes me to get there). If not, they'll ship it to you. Was in Kroger a couple of times recently. They have a huge area, maybe the size of three car garage, for order pick up (I think there's either a charge or a subscription for this.) On a recent trip, I ran across about three pickers going through the store with these orders. And a friend of my wife's does shop and deliver for Meijer (a MI-based grocery and department store) that will pull your order and drive it to your home for $5 or so. I put in an Amazon order yesterday and one of the options is an Amazon "locker" at the local Whole Foods (now a subsidiary) or several other public places. No wonder the malls are going out of business?
  3. Maybe not for us hard-core tool junkies: https://www.wcpo.com/money/consumer/dont-waste-your-money/home-depot-vs-lowes-which-chain-is-better
  4. Ron Altier

    Spill in aisle 20

    I just returned from HD, they had a aisle blocked to handle paint with a forklift. Well.....................................
  5. Ron Altier

    New product

    I was going thru HD tool section and found this. I could have used this thing many times when I was young. All you do is put it where you need it and pump it up with a common hand operated squeeze bulb. $16 on Amazon. I think you would use shims to achieve the distance you want. I don't know the total distance it moves, but with shims and blocks, I think it would be great

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