A new DIY solution to sealing your joist is now available.
We’ve seen it at home and at work, but until now, no one has been able to make it work in your house.
The DIY method involves putting a few layers of sealing tape on a metal plate, then pressing a plastic sealant onto it.
You’ll also need to get the sealant into the right place, but that’s easy enough to do.
To use the joist sealant, first remove the seal tape, then carefully put it on the joists surface, and carefully put in a hole in the plate.
The joist will now stay in place, with no problems.
Once it’s in place you can then get it out of the way of your home’s heating, air conditioning and plumbing, and seal up any leaks.
The downside to the DIY method is that you’ll have to wait for the sealants to dry before you can install them.
That means you’ll need to apply more than a few coats of sealant to seal your walls, and that may take some patience.
This DIY joist system was tested in the home of an elderly woman, and she says it works.
She tells ABC News that her joist walls are very rigid, but her doors are much softer, so she can remove a lot of the seal material when she’s done.
Here’s how to use the DIY joists sealing tape to seal a joist.