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Sandy jobs really aren’t the most appropriate project for seasonal allergies.

I was happy to be making progress, but it was at the expense of my itchy nose. To rough up the legs in prep for paint, I used a 180 grit angled block. The slanted sides help to reach the crevices a little easier since I can’t really take them apart further.

It occurred to me only after ripping the label off that I may want to take a picture of it for reference. Oops. Eager to get started, I guess.

It helps to have a sense of humor, though.

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  1. First time here!

    Your house has serious potential – looking forward to following along on your adventures. :)