I think it was Cinnamon..also a little darker and opaque, unlike oil based stain which lets the grain show thru much more. I used it on rock maple which doesn't absorb the moisture like softer woods, so it was like paint, but no chipping later because it does soak into the surface. Maybe a scratch repair marker or crayon would be good for a sample if you can't get a small sample can.
This outlet had been installed with a quick connect (back stab) method that leaves connections loose over time. If the homeowners had not been home they may have lost everything. Annual inspections are so important for aging electrical systems, but most people never have them.......
on Mar 24, 2012
If you don't have a lease you are basically on a 30 day basis. LL has to give you 30 days
notice and visa versa. If there is a rental housing license program in your area, you can contact an Inspector at the County offices who will inspect and have LL correct if necessary. Hopefully he has a license if required...he may end up fixing a whole lot of things...of course, he could still give you 30 days notice (legally).