- Aug 15, 2008
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Let me know when you use the first gallon of spackle noob.3 down. 75 or so to go. (That doesn’t even count the ceiling. Probably going to pay someone to do that) Also needs a top coat still
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If you’re curious what I’m fixing, since it looks like I’m making a mess...
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Of course I insist on doing them the more permanent, but time consuming way. (Pulling the nails vs. hammering them in.)
The header is a local product I found. Sort of like Corten, with similar rusting color, but thicker so as not to create a sharp edge. I have a young daughter so didn't want to put Corten into the lawn. Comes in 8' segments that bend with some muscle grease or can be ground off.what are you using for a header? also, site soil under the fabric or a pad of aggregate?
also also: that brick wall looks really super with the subtle wiggle
If I pay someone, they'll do it the fast way, not the right way. Then 10 years from now I'll have to pay someone again.That is shit work to do. Will pay someone before doing that again in a room....