"Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:44 pm

Chapter 14 day 45 contd

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In the house the new old doors needed new hinges and as luck would have it I still had 3 pairs of stainless leftover from before. They were just the right size so it looked like I didn’t even need to sharpen the chisel at all.

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Mounted the hinges and after a bit of tinkering with cardboard packers in the old frame I managed to get the doors swinging and closing.

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I have noticed that one of the doors on both sets has been planed down at the top noticeably and I think this was done because the frames were never set up properly; 25 massive nails pulling the jambs out of shape with no chance of having a second go....but more likely the top was originally the bottom so as usual they just butcher the bottom.

With that in mind I will just plant on a 6mm stop at the top to keep everything square.

After staining the signboard earlier I wondered if I should use the superdeck clear stain which is a semi gloss or just use the chaindrite stain on the doors
I did all the outside with the light brown chaindrite and it dried quite subtley. I tested the inside of the wardrobe doors, one with deckstain and one chaindrite.
I decided chaindrite is the way to go. A matt finish that makes the wood look more authentic/rustic. Its easier to apply and its cheaper.....a decision I was soon to overturn :roll:

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4 doors now stained up and that leads me into the electric job tomorrow. :)
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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Sat Nov 18, 2017 7:20 pm

Chapter 14 day 46

A long list of to dos today and it started at 8am with me glueing all the letters onto the new sign.

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Then at 9am we were off collecting the car from the garage after a routine service. We had not had chance to collect it yesterday but we needed it today to take the new sign so I could fix it.

I returned to load up the car with all my tools. Its always the same, the smallest of jobs requires 100 tools to be on hand because it’s the one you don’t bring that you will need. :roll:

I had 4 picture frame type corner bracket that I would just screw into the back bearers and then screw the whole lot onto the old bamboo wall we have.

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Job done and onto the next…..
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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Sat Nov 18, 2017 7:35 pm

Chapter 14 day 46 contd

A trip to Makro and the banks was followed by a trip to the Makita shop to see if I could get a new battery drill charger.

I didn’t realize this shop was simply a showroom and sold nothing. But I could have a play with any of the 200 tools they had on display. :)

I carried my old charger in with me and I could see the two staff were thinking “w.t.f is that” :shock:

Then they started giggling and looking at each other. :P :lol:

“do you have a new charger for my drill, I think it is broken” :(

“Oh….look very old” :oops:

“Well a year or two, I brought it from England” (I said lying thro my teeth, been here 7 yrs!)

“In Thailand we have new design now; litteum ion”

“Yes, they look really nice”

“But I don’t think can get charger now you have go to shop”

After a good browse and a good natter I was loaded up with freeby gifts, a cracking rubber drill key ring, a nice Makita notebook and pen and the mini catalogue.

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I called in at the Home Pro and Global to check again the costs for electrical cable as I need to be getting on with that soon but I checked out the battery drills while there,

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Whilst the Makita 18v hammer was more expensive, the Stanley and black and Decker took the prizes for appearance and design and both 1000bt cheaper. Very good reviews on the Stanley drill and I am very tempted to treat myself again but
Global are often a bit cheaper for the same tools than Homepro so I headed there.

The Stanley was exactly the same price, they didn’t stock the Black and Decker but instead a load of hideous imported cheapy brand names. The De Walt was looking the most expensive so I asked where the Makitas are.

I was marched off to the aisles where he pointed out the battery drill almost identical to my antique…..and I too giggled at it. :roll:

“Oh; where are the other drills?”

“Don’t have”

“But this is the old drill, where are your lithium battery drill” (advising from my new font of knowledge!)

:lol: :lol: , not have”

An attempt at asking for just the charger was a waste of energy as he kept pointing to the battery and saying it was the charger......pointless trying to explain that the charger is not the same as the battery :wink:


With what was left of the day I fitted the 4 pieces of timber to frame out the new dado and fixed a couple of metal rails in readiness for the narrow window board I will fit to both windows.

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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Sat Nov 18, 2017 7:41 pm

Chapter 14 day 46 contd

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A stop bead to the doorhead and back stop beads for the fanlight glass took up another 15 minutes including the staining.

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I have also fixed both sets of traditional handles to the old doors. We picked them up for 250bt per set at Suksawad as it was only a short trip from the Honda garage where we left the car.

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They look good, quirky and functional though I don’t know what part of the teak tree they came from but they soak up stain like a teabag and will need doing again.

Long day, busy day but I was relaxed as things are moving in the right direction now.
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Battery powered tools

Postby Sometimewoodworker » Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:13 am

eyecatcher wrote:Chapter 14 day 46 contd

A trip to Makro and the banks was followed by a trip to the Makita shop to see if I could get a new battery drill charger.

I didn’t realize this shop was simply a showroom and sold nothing. But I could have a play with any of the 200 tools they had on display. :)

I carried my old charger in with me and I could see the two staff were thinking “w.t.f is that” :shock:

Then they started giggling and looking at each other. :P :lol:

“do you have a new charger for my drill, I think it is broken” :(

“Oh….look very old” :oops:

“Well a year or two, I brought it from England” (I said lying thro my teeth, been here 7 yrs!)

“In Thailand we have new design now; litteum ion”

“Yes, they look really nice”

“But I don’t think can get charger now you have go to shop”

After a good browse and a good natter I was loaded up with freeby gifts, a cracking rubber drill key ring, a nice Makita notebook and pen and the mini catalogue.



First point. Global House, DoHome, Thai Watsadu etc. Are mostly useless for replacement parts. Thailand still has a thriving repair trade (unlike the west, because wages are low and repair skill still exists) so you needed to take your charger to a repair specialist.

The overwhelming use model for tools is in a situation where a corded tool will do the job.
Almost all my power tools are corded, I only have 1 that is cordless.

People think that because of the advertising and research going into battery tools that somehow they are what you should buy.

Battery powered tools are completely over sold. They are great for the companies because you are buying a tool that has a limited life. You will have to replace it long before it is worn out. The only exception to this could be, but probably not, people who use the tools for hours every day, they may wear the tools out.
One of my best drills, that still works perfectly, still does the same job today, is over 50 years old. Many are more than 30 years old.
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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Sun Nov 19, 2017 7:26 pm

If I didnt know better you have just described mobile phones down to a tee.

I dont disagree with what you say. I also only have one battery tool but as you say limited life and I am already on the third one.
We live in a throwaway society now and those roadside repair technicians will soon be outphased when Thai society really embraces Western attitudes; today McDonalds tomorrow dishwashers and self service checkouts.
it will come....
However I fear it will be a longer wait for the construction Industry; it will still be in the dark ages until they recognise some health and safety.
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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Sun Nov 19, 2017 7:37 pm

Chapter 14 day 47

When I told Wasu that today I was going to do the rewiring she was bit wary that me bonding into the old electrics may not be the best idea. I didn’t see the problem but she thought I should spend my time on the other parts of the house.

With that in mind I need a new external corner post for the cladding at the back, then one at the other side just to be indulgent, and whilst we are at it, lets have two meaty pieces of timber each side of the bathroom door frame again just to be even more indulgent. :)

I was off again, off to Ban Thi to the yard who sent the wardrobe door frame the other day.

Wasu called them before I set off. They had some very nice 100x100 post at 2.6m long and wanted 1k baht each for them but really they are too big and I wanted 75x75.

Of course he told Wasu he had some in teak or hardwood but when I got there he had sweet f.a. and I had to go rummaging everywhere. :roll:

In 4 corners of the yard I unearthed 4 posts obviously from the same house possibly rosewood but they are painted blue and some 75x50 mai deng. At 50bt a sork for all of it I decided to throw in an extra post. I bought 5 posts for 1300bt and they will deliver for free, a trip of 32km.

We are in no particular rush as me and Wasu are going off for two days. Its her birthday so we thought we would have a ride into the mountains where I went on my bike. Hopefully he will have brought my posts for when I get back :wink:


This afternoon I decided to close up the first window which backs onto the new wardrobe. The wardrobe was set out to enable two windows to open and the last one screwed shut and cladding over.

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With a piece of ripped down wood from somewhere I screwed it vertically as a stop end. I screwed the window shut and then started on the teak cladding,

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I used 5 lengths and the same style and shade, cut and nailed over the glass, topped it off with a nice trim that was used to keep those pairs of doors held together and then gave it the chaindrite treatment.

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Another job done and it looks fine; its like you would never know it was a window!!!! :wink:

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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:51 pm

Chapter 14 day 48

It’s a chill out day so we decided to get in the car and take a drive to where I have been a few times already on my bike; Chiang Dao. :)

Chiang Dao isn’t a big place, and most people can “do it” in half a day and to be honest they always go to the same old, same old places, the cave, the temple, the nest, and the same road..no one realises that Chiang Dao is more than that.

But we don’t want that; we want to relax, so peace, tranquility and solitude from tourists and plebs.

We set off late morning just as an excuse to get to our favourite lunch spot about half an hour away. I can feel its going to be an eating and drinking break.

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After another 45 minutes and just 10 minutes shy of Chiang Dao I decided another feed and maybe a beer was in order and of course to show Wasu the place we found when we came on the bikes.

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This coffee shop place is right at the Chiang Dao roadside immigration checkpoint so it often has a few fruit stalls creating quite a busy little stopping point….usually. :roll:

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I had forgotten it was low season so it was quiet; infact apart from us the only other customers were a pre wedding photo shoot party, the bride and groom to be and four photographers.
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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:59 pm

Chapter 14 day 48 contd

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I have seen a few of these pre wedding photo shoots around Chiang Mai in the last few years; something that wasn’t even heard of in England in the 80s for weddings but for English weather its by far the most sensible idea ever.

Your big day in England is more dependant on the weather. Rain can destroy your wedding photos so it makes sense to go to different venues beforehand with the pro photographer.

Nice couple here today, I am sure… :roll: …but it’s a while since I have seen a shoot where the photographers were prettier than the wedding couple. Somehow it looked like they had made no effort? :( still with 4 photographers there's bondto be fantastic editor amongst them.

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On we went to Chiang Dao and past all the tourist guesthouses only 1km off the road, into a village and then into someones house they converted to a homestay.
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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Fri Nov 24, 2017 7:25 pm

Chapter 14 day 48 contd

As we drove through the gate I had to stop the car to take a photo of the best view in Chiang Dao or one of them and certainly better than anywhere I have seen before. :)

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A brand new house built by a Dutchman on what appeared to be 3 or 4 rai in the middle of 1000s of rai of natural beauty.

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A few outbuildings and baan Thais for guests, and his own house only 6 months old built around a swimming pool with views to die for.

Now if I ever manage to convince my mum to come to Thailand, this is the place I would take her, 100% sure.

All the front gardens were dedicated to growing jasmine bushes, all piped up for irrigation and sprinklers.

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The house very stylish indeed, every door and window was teak, the ceilings were all teak and a 5x10m salt water pool facing the mountains.

As private as one could hope for and as before when we have sneaked away, we were the only guests, perfect.

We stayed in the old baan thai, its our style, teak house and its given us one or two ideas on what we might need in our own homestay when it gets going next year.

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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Fri Nov 24, 2017 7:32 pm

Chapter 14 day 48 contd

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We didn’t come to do anything and we didn’t. No visits anywhere, just coffee and cake shops, bar restaurants and chilling out. :)

Working on the house every day takes your mind off everything else, and that includes each other so it was nice to switch off and get compliments like

“oh I wish you could be like this every day”

:lol: :lol: sorry at midnight Cinderella changes back into Mr Grumpy again. :wink:
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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:07 pm

Chapter 14 day 49

Having retired to bed early after a couple of beers it was inevitable that I would be up and awake by 3.30am….. and I was.

But it was great, no sunrise but here in the mountains its more like watching the mist float along the valley with the main clouds covering the mountains.

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By 7am we were both in the swimming pool; lovely warm water, no one around. :)

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At 8.15 we were both sitting like king and queen at the owners lovely teak dining table having breakfast looking out over the pool and up at the mountains and the fields and mountains through the windows on the opposite side

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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:14 pm

Chapter 14 day 49 contd

Another mid morning trip to check out another resort nearby, more coffee and cakes and photos. This is also a very nice place but not at the standard we have just stayed. No one here today but gets very busy with tourists and backpackers can stay in tents here.

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After the hilly lake circuit we headed back home.

Just an hour away in the car, a perfect getaway distance. :)


I was keen to see if my timber scrag posts had arrived and was disappointed to see they hadn’t so that scuppers my next progress.

Instead I decided to fit the extra tile into the pond sump as I am convinced the water is escaping from here. If that fails, then I will check out the epoxy paint idea suggested by Shrimper many moons ago.
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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Sat Nov 25, 2017 7:30 pm

Chapter 14 day 50

I was keen to fill up the sump this morning to check if yesterdays handy work with the extra tile had been successful, so at 8am I filled it up.

By 10am it was down 50mm already. I cant understand this, the sump is lined with tiles, tight joints, except maybe at the bottom. Whats going on. I am balled off with it now. My pond has been out of action for 4 weeks whilst I concentrate on the house problem and Wasu is concerned the water plants are going to suffer. :(

I am anxiously awaiting my posts to be delivered so I can clad the back but still they are not here so I will set up some narrow window sills.

The walls and windows are not plumb and I need something for the cladding and curtains to finish against. The simplest way is to make a window sill.

From my spare floorboards I ripped down a length into a 70mm wide strip and cut it for each of the two windows.

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It wasn’t a ten minute job though, they both needed planing and sanding; edges rounding off, ends rounding etc etc.
When both were prepared I screwed them to the studwork I set up under the window.

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I need to do something similar with the window head next.

I decided to give some thought to my electrics. I bought some cable yesterday after our trip back but as usual just buying cable was as frustrating as hell. :roll:

Having checked out the cable prices unaided at Global and Home pro, I called at the local electrical wholesaler expecting to get some good prices.

It wasn’t long before an assistant started to shadow me; like I was a shoplifter or something.

After being pestered to see what I wanted I was directed to the board with all the cable examples

I pointed to the VAF two core 2.5mm,

“How much is this?”

“13bt sir per metre”

“Ok”

I cant seem to find the single core 2.5mm, the most popular cable I would think by a long chalk.

“Where is the 2.5mm single?”

“I don’t know”

He calls for back up…..he cannot find also….we are looking at a board with about 20 different cable options here :roll:

“Ok, never mind…how much is this” (pointing to the VAF 3 core standard UK cable)

“Same price”

":lol: , no it cannot be same price”

“Same price 13bt/m”

“I know you want to sell me some, but can you check, I know for fact that three separate cables will be 20-25bt”

Off he goes…and returns

“oh solly sir make mistake its 24bt/m….so 50m is,,er..er…960bt”

You just want to say, when you are already in a hole just stop digging

“50m roll would be 1200bt???? Yes…..?”

“You want 50m?”

“No, I tell you before 30m”

Off he goes and I try and hide in the aisles somewhere

He finds me

“oh…leally very solly, I get price wrong it not 24bt it 42bt/m

I think its time to bid a retreat from here, the Home pro I cant believe is the cheapest on all electrical cables so I will head off there.


I tried to sort out a route for the new cables and in doing so I needed to drill 4 holes through the back of the steel studwork as I would rather have the cables exposed under the house than hidden behind a plasterboard ceiling.

First task was to bring the old tv coax from outside and take it to the socket. Actually I am convinced coax cable is a thing of the past so why am I bothering?

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Had a play trying to thread a flexi duct through the wall for the aircon but got cold feet when trying to decide where it should exit the wall.

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Power for aircons usually goes to the outside condenser unit first (as I understand) and then the specialist would feed a 4 core from the condenser to the indoor unit.That would be L,E,N and the programmer....My yellow 15mm conduit can carry a 2 core but not sure of anything bigger so do I duct with blue water pipe or just get an aircon arranged and ask the best way to first fix it all.

Electrics tomorrow; I know the routes, I know what goes where and I know how to do it :) ….so why am I not doing it… :?: not happy with some other guy interfering and me paying for it; but Wasu obviously has no confidence that I will not electrocute myself in the consumer unit. :lol: :lol: (is she missing an opportunity?)
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Re: "Baan Thai"- My battle against Time and Termites

Postby eyecatcher » Sun Nov 26, 2017 7:54 pm

Chapter 14 day 51

It was a day of surprises and I really mean that…and it wasn’t even my birthday :)
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We were up early as Wasu had made an appointment with the electrician to come between 8-8.30.
She was already in a mood because last night I told her that after my electrical survey I may as well do it myself.

“so ok I will call him at 8am and cancel him”

“well no need to do that but if he doesn’t arrive we don’t go chasing him”

I am nattering her, because my timber posts haven’t arrived and I want to get on with something, no posts I will start the electrics…. :wink:

She called the woodyard to give them a reminder, after all its been 4 days since I went and paid for them.

8.30, no sparkies; I don’t say anything but start a mundane job, fix some new door stops to the patio door

9.00, no sparkies and already I am planning my cable routes, what to do first.

“it looks like you might get your wish to do it yourself”

“Well yes; if they don’t arrive by 9.30 I will start”

I could see Wasu was also pissed off

“and I am not calling them, we had appointment for 8.30 and I have to go to work now”

“typical Thai isn’t it, look, even Thong didn’t go to the spa last week after telling me he would go to measure up just a couple of hours later”

9.20, they arrive :( :)

I was a bit between happy to see them and disappointment that I couldn’t get on with this alone.

“they are here”

“well you know what you want, so just tell them, they will understand, they are professionals” :lol: :lol:

Sparky arrived and his apprentice, both wearing company teashirts, whether it was his company I don’t know but after my explanation of what I wanted and where to run cables, what to cut off, they were primed to go.

It was a bit more involved than a simple wiring in 5 double sockets, there were three old sockets to cut out and put the wires back together in a junction box. One spur socket was wired into an outside socket so that was to remove and instead of a simple ring main, I thought a couple of extra junction boxes would be the simplest idea to keep the ring instact and have all my new sockets as spurs.

No messing about in the consumer unit, well that’s how I was going to do it and they seemed to agree.

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I left them to it, I had the sockets and new faceplates already for them, Twin core cable and a single for the earth but I had forgotten the most important things…the cable clips!

My timber posts arrived very soon after Wasu had left, perfect timing. I started on them immediately. :)

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About 846 old nails to remove from 5 posts…why do they like nails so much? :lol:

I was disrupted by a request from the sparky. It meant a trip to the local merchant for some cable clips, he said he needed for the twin and the single cable so of I went and got a box of each.

If it was me I would have used clips every 300mm but my two boxes were well short.

On my return, I changed again, and started sanding and was immediately asked to get more boxes, two more of each! :roll: They like to fit them every 100mm it seems

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A million fixing clips in electrical cables yet they build a wall to posts and no fixing ties at all????? where is the logic in that

Again, I left them to it and they very diligently set out the cables and very neatly clipped them back to the floor joists.

The apprentice was given the task of jointing up the three junction box connections together with clipping the wires to the same.
Most of the day it took him but a job well done. :)
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