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I tried this with my coworker, he was so surprised!!!!! He opened the banana and was like -- what the?! as pieces of banana fell on his lap.
I shot a picture of my bedroom.
You're a baller!!!! So amazing.
Thank you! Have been wanting to do this for a while... :)
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This is stunning. Thanks for documenting.
I'm going to cut a green one this weekend :)
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Thank you Swansong!!! It makes such a huge difference. I barely recognize my living room! :D
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Wow. So impressed at your dedication. This is phenomenal.
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I used a nice paint brush. I thought trying to spray everything inside would be too big of a pain. In hind sight, if I had done that as the very first thing and then ripped out everything that would of worked pretty well! Not sure how big of a remodel you're thinking. My handy man also mentioned that ideally you spray the cabinets propped up vertically (like how they hang) while spraying.
Funny, I think a lot of the older butcher block products had this varnish, most likely so people had to do less work to maintain them. I was just talking to a friend and her butcher block counters were installed (many many years ago) with this varnish which started to flake off. Eventually they just sanded it off and now oil once or twice a year. Butcher block is amazing! Your method sounds pretty identical sans the beeswax. I wonder if that does something extra for the wood. Is beeswax pretty expensive?
I know exactly the "junk" you're referring to! I'd be scarred to eat food off of something that has been treated with that... Kind of reminds me of women's haircare products -- strip away the oil in your hair! -- ok, now add sheen and volume back to your hair! -- I haven't come across any hard paste wax, but ill keep my eyes peeled. :)
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@Umami_tsnuami Thank you! It was a big project, but I'm thrilled with the results. :)
OH haha I thought you meant a different plant! They are also commonly know as string of pearls.
Not sure....some variation of an echevaria.
This is beautiful! I really love it. Nice job!!! :D <3
Sweet! I'm going to try this :) Thanks!
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