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Thanks Dolores, LOL!! That is hilarious! We are always recycling things through the family. Then the stories begin on who had it first and why it was passed. The beer can curtain has been priceless. My sister still can’t believe what a hit it is. What does a flame sensor do? How can I clean a flame sensor? A dirty flame sensor can cause furnace problems, including a furnace that won’t stay on. This simple repair tip could save you $100-$150. I love that! That is amazing, taking an average old chair and making it part of a darling sitting area. Very creative! Keep it up!
how can you camouflage stubborn discolorations after staining and sealing the concrete floor? We got ours stained and the glue and some red paint that was already on the concrete is showing through. I can live with the glue…but the red is horrible. We used black stain. Hahaa, this is awesome! Redneck chic, this! Who woulda thunk that beer cans could make for such fashionable flourishes? Love this. The photos, the tips… love this. Hehehee!
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