I am thinking Industrial Chic (dont know if that is even is a thing) for our home decor. I love this wall made from old pallets, scratch that I just love pallets. I want to be careful not to cross the line into industrial rustic though…hmmm Use in guest bedroom.
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This shower cleaner came from an Everyday Cheapskate e-mail, and it is truly magic, as the title states. I just tried it and it got the soap scum off my glass shower door with hardly any scrubbing. It was amazing, as I have tried to clean that door with various products. It is so easy, too. Try it and you will be sold. Be careful because a little bit goes a long way. You need a 24-oz. squirt bottle for this.
- February 13, 2019
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There may be a few specialist tools contained in this guide. If you dont have these tools then please be careful when using other means to remove the can base etc. by Gee Scales.
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Build these handy undersink roll-out trays in a weekend. You can tackle this project with simple carpentry tools and some careful measuring. You can make all the trays in an afternoon using building products from your local home center or hardware store for as little as $80.
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Paint Anything! – Without a doubt, paint is the fastest way to a fresh look for the least amount of money. Use it to freshen old wood floors, to remake tired cabinets, and to add a focal point wall to your kitchen. With careful prep work, you can even paint counters and backsplash tiles.
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