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Old 08-14-2018, 11:30 AM   #16
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I did also until I found when I installed my electrical devices I was getting lipstick on my fingers and not see it sometimes. And then I would scratch my neck or back , and leave lipstick smears on my shirt collar or shoulder. Wanna know how that one worked out for me ?



Probably better than if you had scratched the twins.
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I just completed my garage project which included repairing drywall, drywall tape, muddling and taping. I have he ultimate respect for the pros that get this work perfect as I was less than perfect. The garage looks great but seams where I muddled and/or retapped are not. It is the garage and it looks so much better than before but I know that if it was inside the house I will not tackle.

Raising a glass to you pros out there!
For some reason I've been tackling a lot more drywalling and mudding these past couple years. Mostly various "mission" projects our church is involved in.

Gotta say - I have the same awe and respect for these professionals that constantly remind me how badly I suck.
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