My husband and I turned a salvaged wall cabinet into a vanity for our powder bath. We used a drop-in hammered copper sink and added plumbing pipe for legs and a storage shelf. http://threescoopsoflove.blogspot.com/2012/...
I have a concrete patio slab that has peeling paint and was wondering what was the easiest way to deal with it. Strip and repaint, cover, any other ideas? I would like to turn this
into a recycled (with old doors/windows) into a makeshift sunroom... so not sure how to deal with the slab itself. Also Is there anyone out there interested/knowledgeable in constructing a frame against the house for this purpose?
I don't know if this is a question for this forum, but I have an older model Jupiter Ionizer water filter and have had it serviced for problems having to send it to CT and spent about
$100. They will not guarantee their work, and there are similar problems with it now. If anyone knows a techie who has some experience with this in GA, where I don't have to spend $30 and up to ship, please let me know. I'm thinking this shouldn't be a problem for someone who knows electric water filters. Any thoughts? Thanks.
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Commented on Dec 28, 2011
Unclutter, sell, fix up and rent so I can leave!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!