Haven't read anything yet cause I was out there cleaning the Garage today! Marsha, my painter friend, her hubby Jason and granddaughter/ great grandson all came over.
First things first. Last night Mindy went shopping for me.
Ok, calm down, it's pretty rare but it does happen. Then since the average temp for 24 hours has been around 18f, she goes to Starbucks, to get herself a coffee, none for me.
We have an 07 Chrysler Sebring, power mirrors, er, power mirror. Yeah, she's not used to driving & she went through the drive through & bang, there goes the power mirror!
I said, well, you know who's allowance that's coming out of! I don't even know where to try & get one other than the dealer! Anyone know a good place online?? All I get is the whole mirror, I just need the part between the car & the mirror assembly.
Ok, the Garage, picked up the towers that some idiot put on thier backs instead of standing up to use them. The towers are these huge Oak cabinets that my dad painted white. That's right, he painted real oak with cheap white paint, then I dis-owned him!
I will eventually strip it & re-do it with semi gloss urethane. So, we moved the towers, threw out all the empty boxes, moved the front screen
storm door so I can start fixing it, got the entertainment center ready to move tomorrow & put a whole bunch of stuff in the house. After the entertainment center is in & I cut the back panel for the bathroom cabinet, I should be able to put the car in there & still have room to work. The front handicap ramp is out there & I should be able to finish I move that once the bathroom is done. So, here's a couple of pics, honest now, it's a lot cleaner than it was!!
Oh, cars don't rust here, too dry. There are cars out in the desert that are 25 years old with no rust! I do want to change the oil, clean it up, put synthetic wax on it, clean the seats, stuff like that. The undercoating you mention, I had 4 cans of it, it really quiets a car! I can't find them now, may have given them away.
Ok, that's the right half, see my red tool box towards the big door, the wood that's on the immediate right of the pic.... well, some is wood, some is drywall, some is the counter top that will go in the bathroom. Most of the stuff down the middle will end up on the curb or Craigslist. The cyberpower box is full of paper recycling, last month I had close to 250lbs!
That's the left side, see where the ladder is leaning, those are the oak towers, my dad had them bolted together, I might do that after I re-finish them but right now they need to be filled with a lot of this junk!
See the little cabinet on top? That goes over the refridgerator, then there's a yellowish cabinet to the right, the footers rotted out, the whole thing is particle board, I was going to cut it up & use it for other projects then Jason said, put it upside down & use it here. TaDa!!! Then under the ladder you can see some grey legs, that's my folding table saw! It will be out & open tomorrow.
Dead Center in front is a huge sheet, that's particle board for the bathroom cabinet, right at the bottom is the piece I have to make, er, copy.
What it's leaning against is the Entertainment center that Marsha is coming over tomorrow to help me move & set up. BTW, it's oak, the towers that go on each side are oak, our armoire is oak, the bedroom entertainment center is oak, Mindy's dresser is oak. Why Why Why!!!! Oak is so D#Mn Heavy!!
Well, since you asked, here's what I've been working on for a week, the master bath cabinet, counter, sink, these pieces have been primered with B.I.N. primer, waterproof, mold proof, it will never rot again!
Now! Computers. Here is Mindys' Scout in the new office, this is her old desk, haven't got the new one yet. Pardon the mess, we've been real busy!
Here's my desk with my Haf Blue, custom, water cooled, also a mess