2 cans of paint ( 2 shades of blue)

20 doorknobs (ceramic multi-colored -from Amazon)

Cest tout. 

Before-

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After-

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A great trick for lazy bums that the mere thought of taping endless duct tape and spreading old sheets all over the place (which, of course, is the right way to do it, mind you!) makes them wave the whole project off (I discovered personal experience can benefit you in the lazy area!)

Magic sponge!

I have no shares or affiliated anything here- on the contrary- I bought mine in a 100 piece bulk on eBay, some generic who knows what its name is brand.

Before getting all excited here-

Do not use it on: hardwood floors, nonstick pans, and generally- when you are not sure how a certain surface will react.

Other than that? simply soak in water, add a few tiny drops of dish soap (that magic frugal cleaning agent, can’t beat it) squeeze those excess water out, and keep close when painting.

I mean really close by. reachable.

It cleans walls and saves you from having to repaint every 6 months -simply “wash” the walls using the same method as before (soaked sponge, few drops, etc).

Don’t go wild on the scrubbing though- it looks soft and innocent- but has a kind of scraping quality- hence the great job cleaning surfaces.

I also use it to scrub tubs, kitchen counter, fridge, you get the point. it is basically re-usable- unless you went overboard with the elbow grease- in that case, the sponge will diminish until total disappearance.

I love the idea of fresh paint as a way to bring color and a quick change of atmosphere into your home.

Sometimes we need change.

Enjoy- the cooliflower.

I am not a medical/health/emotional/financial /nutrition or any other kind of expert as far as it concerns the contents of this blog,  therefore anything written on the blog is not to be taken as any kind of advice, and should you choose to rely on anything  I write on this blog- you are doing it at your own risk and at your own responsibility.

Published by wiseassvegan

an organized full time working vegan -with plenty of ideas on getting everything done in the most simple and efficient way possible.

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