Drywall Sanding Tip

If you're like me, you might tend to sand drywall in a fairly random way to keep things interesting, haha! Here's a way of keeping track of what has or hasn't been sanded or what needs to be fixed.
Read this tip and more at The Rehomesteaders' Blog: http://therehomesteaders.blogspot.com/2012/08/tips-drywall-sanding.html
Using pencil on drywall is a great way to note where you've already worked.

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  • Z Z on Sep 01, 2012
    Regina there are paints (spray and brush on) made especially for appliances. As Rachael suggested, check with your local paint store. The big box stores probably have it too. If you're wanting to paint your refrigerator with paint to write on with chalk then that too comes in either a spray or brush on. A smooth surface would work best for writing. Not that it would be impossible to write on the textured surface that most refrigerators have anymore, but it would not be as easy to do or read. Make sure you prep the surface first. Again, check with a paint specialist.
  • Shawn Shawn on Sep 02, 2012
    Regina, they also have kits that turn you appliances into looking like they are stainless steel. It is a thin film like the tinted window treatments to keep the sun from beaming in house windows. I only think they can be used on refrigerators not stoves.