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Lessons from prepping the kitchen ceiling for painting - Zer Netmouse
August 14th, 2008
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Lessons from prepping the kitchen ceiling for painting
a) You never quite realize how messy spiders are as neighbors until you clean the little spots of blood off the ceiling.

b) One ought to clean the light fixtures over the stove from time to time.

c) er, my kitchen (and connected hallway) is not exactly a small room.

First coat is on the lower level (that goes over the sink). First coat should go on the rest this afternoon. painters and cheerleaders (company to make sure I don't fall off the ladder) welcome this evening anytime after 7 to work on the second coat.

The house will be back to pseudonormal tomorrow for Microcoworking from 9 am to noon, and then at 2 we pull the furniture out of the back porch and start prepping (i.e. cleaning) the back porch in preparation for painting and re-roofing on Saturday.

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Date:August 14th, 2008 03:58 pm (UTC)
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I do not tend to get complicated about ceiling colors. It will be white, to match the den beside it. The porch will change from a mix of cream and unpainted to a dun tan that matches the exterior of the house, which has both painted and brick elements.

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