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No disrespect to your brother, but you know how to pick em. Bruh, I bet you can’t walk past your wife without smacking that meat wagon. You tha man! 👍🏾
A tip for painting doors you don't have to try out at all but I figured I'd share!!
1. Find 18 MIL rollers and cut them in half with a chop saw or something. Get rid of the fluffies whatever way you like, painters tape works best. Use on a half length roller handle.
2. After you align your doors, take them off, remove hinges and keep them with their corresponding door. Roll the hinge side and some of each side so you can blend later. This way you can avoid accidentally painting the door frame.
3. After 2 coats, re hang doors and use the same roller to roll each door, but using a wet roller to put the paint on and go back 1/2 dry to remove lines and drips, starting with the divots and then quickly roll the rest of the door. Keep an eye out for drips.
4. In between coats give the door a light sand with a $3 fine sanding sponge. 2 coats would work but sometimes 3 is best.
They'll come out looking like they were sprayed in a shop. It's a little bit of work but it's a good thing to do while you're working on something else, just work in between coats and keep your doors in a separate room.
Nice spot for a cabin 👍🏻🇺🇸🙏🏻
Always remember put less drywall compound on each step, less sanding in the long run.
you guys are from Sussex??
nice job nice butt!
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Awesome 👍👍👍👍👍, all that , missed a spot lol 😂 hinge side and bottom of door lol 😂 joking 🤣, looks way brighter
Should go wider
Meant to say where did you get that Camouflage jacket
Where did you get that camp ?
Let's see...1 tablespoon of sugar to 1 cup of coffee, plus creamer...yup... pretty sweet. Lol But to each their own. I usually drink mine black.
While I am by no means a professional drywaller, I've had some reasonable success at it. First, no matter what they tell you, the tape will crack eventually, and that goes for the fiberglass mesh as well as the paper tape. Paint typically covers it unless the house really settles a lot Secondly, the trick is to cover the crack then feather it out to where it ends up smooth. The edges of the drywall sheets are designed to bevel ever so slightly to allow the mud to be a little thicker at the joint. Too much mud will crack too because it takes so long to dry. That's the reason for multiple coats to build up the final finish.
You just have to give it a go and see how it works. I've some end up flawless and some that I never could get to float out like I wanted. You're doing great and so long as you're satisfied with the end result, let the naysayers be hung.
Y'all make me smile. Thank you for a good start to my morning.
Too funny. Keep the gems coming. Love it when you do the opening joke.
your doing but don't be scared of the wall get some mud and spread it out
I just watch with a young collect here and boil and made surupe already
Mountain? That is funnier than the groaner. No wait that was funny.. mind you your still better off than me in Wainwright!thank you for sharing. Your always so busy and Sam looks so happy. Nice build