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How to Repair a Rusted Wrought Iron Railing – This Old House

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This Old House general contractor Tom Silva rebuilds a corroded, unsafe wrought-iron railing. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)

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Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kv5CVUmH_B4&list=PLkJADc1qDrr-UizPmo33kfL3ed8Jmt6Ja&index=12

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Shopping list for How to Repair a Rusted Wrought Iron Railing
– steel leg extensions
– spray primer
– bonding adhesive
– 3/16-inch-diameter x ⅜-inch-long pop rivets
– duct tape
– hydraulic cement
– plastic bucket
– cloth

Tools for How to Repair a Rusted Wrought Iron Railing:
– reciprocating saw with metal-cutting blade
– hammer-drill with ⅜-inch-diameter masonry bit
– pliers
– caulk gun
– drill/driver fitted with 3/16-inch bit
– pop-rivet gun
– wet/dry vacuum
– 24-inch level
– pointed trowel

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