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21  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / Re: Stinky Nightstand on: August 03, 2005 11:46:08 AM
oooh all very good suggestions...I might try a little bit of all of them.  hehehe.

BTW, pictures posted in the Completed Reconstructed Housewares section.

~Spud
22  Georgia / Georgia: Central / Re: best thrift stores on: August 01, 2005 01:07:01 PM
Just an FYI, I drove by America's Thrift Store (on 29 and Pleasant Hill Road) a few days ago, and noticed it was completely empty and gone.  ;_; such an awesome store.

~Spud
23  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / Stinky Nightstand on: August 01, 2005 09:44:57 AM
Okay I've been lurking forever here, now I'm out of the woodwork to ask around for some advice.

My mom recently bought an old nightstand at a garage sale that I decided to stip and repaint.  To begin with, yes this dresser did stink.  Kindof that mildewy-basement smell.  But when i primed it with Killz and repainted it, I didn't smell it anymore.  But the moment I brought it into my room, the smell was there again.  It's a four drawer nightstand and it looks awesome (I'll post pics later), but the smell is so horrid that I can't stand to have it in my room.  Do you guys have any suggestions as to how I can get rid of the smell?  Or at least dilute it?

~Spud
24  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Re: go away for a week- and come back to what the crafting gods have made for yo on: August 01, 2005 09:36:16 AM
MDF is amazingly easy to paint with.  Spraypaint will rub off, though, so be warned about that.  A few of my friends sat on a spraypainted mdf box and wooboy were their pants ruined.  The latex house paints worked fine for me and at the time I didn't use a primer.

I really really like that cabinet, too.  XD

~Spud
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