I reused the granite blocks in my former landscape to create a small patio! These blocks had little to no impact before, and I was determined they were not going to be used in our new
One day while visiting a local nursery, I saw a really cool circular pattern in the gravel made from small square stones. That's when I knew those granite blocks weren't going anywhere...they were going to be my new patio!
Jeananne M. I know the stuff you used. epoxy you had to mix it didn't you. used this stuff on
a basement floor. it was wonderful. wish I had used it on patio. found that stuff a couple years later at lowes. The stain I used came from Port Huron Paint in Port Huron Michigan. always try to go with the small business. but they were jerks didn't want to do anything about their mislabeled stain. :(
We collected bottles from friends, restaurants, etc. and used a bulb planter to make holes to stick the 'neck' of the bottle into. We have another bottle border in another area of our yard that we actually dug a small trench and planted the bottles much deeper. Both ways work very well.
The bottles are beautiful when the sun shines through the colors at different times of the day.
My Vinyl floors had gotten so grimy over the years, that I thought I was going to have to replace them. Then I found out about a neat tip, that got them sparkling clean and it was so
easy! I used a cleaning product that most people probably already have, but not one made for floors! Want to know what it is? It's Scrubbing Bubbles! I have the full details on my blog. http://www.graphicsfairy-diy.com/2013/01/my-...
Commented on Feb 17, 2013
it's also good for taking off hair spray build up off floor in bathroom. i use this for
everything. even at work. it's great for getting the sticky off floor. if someone at work breaks a bottle of wine... we papertowel up mess then spray with bathroom cleaner and mop it saves us getting mop all sticky and having to mop a spot 3 or 4 times to get rid of sticky