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Twitter Updates for 2008-09-25

Written By: Jodi on September 25, 2008 2 Comments
  • For some reason I keep thinking today is Friday. Wishful thinking? #
  • If you’ve ever doubted that PETA is over the top, read this: http://tinyurl.com/543yws There are so many things wrong with this. Just wrong. #
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2 Responses to “Twitter Updates for 2008-09-25”

  1. Dana says on: 29 September 2008 at 1:19 am

    Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog, and for the sweet comments. Taking down the popcorn ceiling was fairly easy, but I woke up the next morning with shoulders that I could barely move! Our ceilings had not had the popcorn painted. That made it easier to remove. They were simply white. I diluted some Downy in a spray bottle of water. I, then, sprayed areas of the ceiling, and allowed time for the solution to soak in. The wet areas were much, much easier to remove.

    At Home Depot, I found a ceiling scrapping gadget. You simply attach a grocery bag or trash bag to it. When you start scrapping the ceiling, almost all of the popcorn will fall into the bag. (But wear saftey glasses to keep the fine pieces out of your eyes.) The grocery bags worked better for me. I found that if a bag was too large, it would become too heavy to move the scraper easily. It was not really that messy of a job. I expected it to be much worse! The floor was linoleum and not carpet, so that probably made a big difference. I worked in small areas, and cleaned up as I moved to the next area. My rule of thumb was that an area equalled as far as my arms could reach while I was on the ladder. If you have any more questions about the ceilings, feel free to let me know! Good luck with your project!

  2. JenIG says on: 1 October 2008 at 9:55 am

    uh… that is totally sick. GAG!!!

    and we must be on the same calendar because i keep thinking it’s Friday, too.

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