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Old 10-07-2009, 12:16 AM   #12
Hittin E-Z Street on Mud Tires

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Re: My Big Fat Renovation

Master Bedroom!

I absolutely hated this room. I thought it looked really fugly. Gold fan. 2 dark pink walls, 2 light pink walls, they even put some of the dark pink on the ceiling!

The floors were screwed down tight. There are no squeaks in this room anymore.

You can see all of the little holes and dings I found on the walls. Once the mud was sanded smooth I used a roller and mud to texture over the repair spots and then sanded that back down and it blends well with the existing texture. Once primed and painted you could only see where the repairs were made with a bright spot light, but even then, you have to know what you're looking for. I did this in EVERY room.
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