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I do not envy you that task! Good luck with the other thousand feet!
My husband watnts to do this. I think it looks like a whole lot of work!
Newest follower, good luck!
Did you look like the ghost of halloween with all the dust coming down. I know the feeling well. Diane
Yikes! That's a big job! I got a speck in my eye once doing that and the pain was unreal. Had to make a rush visit to the eye doctor. I know you were smart enough NOT to remove your glasses for anything!
Oh, how I hate sanding... you are a brave woman Sarah. My hat's off to you!
Holy cow... that must be a really tiring job. Especially hard on the arms.
Hey there crazy woman. You remind me of me stripping wallpaper a few years back. It starts to mess with your mind, doesn't it?
I feel your pain. I'm demo-ing the dining room -- 5 layers and 100 years of dust, and indiscernible filth. Ugh! Now enjoying bare bones of joists, beams and bare walls. On to plumbing!
Hang in there. It definately looks like it's worth it.- The Tablescaper
I am so impressed! I can't even hold a screw driver, let alone tackle a job like that! You are a true pioneer woman!
Hats off to you!! Hope you get the 1000 sq feet done soon... good luck!
Good luck with the project and your scalpula! I'm sure it feel worth all the work when it's done.
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