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    Originally Posted by mbland02 View Post
    Yes that will also be in the works. I do not know what it is about small town Minnesota, I don't know if others have similar experiences when purchasing a home, but I am not kidding you every room in the house minus the two bathrooms has carpet even the kitchen, My grandparents who live about 30 minutes away from me, have carpet everywhere including the bathrooms. I just find it odd haha.
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    Carpet in bathrooms is absolutely disgusting. My grandma's house had carpet all around the toilet. You're going to have fun with that popcorn ceiling!
    I saw this in one house a friend of mine was renting. I went to the bathroom and saw carpet even around the toilet. WTF?! Good luck with the pissed on carpet smell.

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    Originally Posted by untouchabledfx View Post
    So I have about a 1/4 inch gap between my floor and the frame of my front door. I can feel air coming in pretty well and I've already replaced the door sweep to make sure everything is tight there. How can I go about insulating this small space that runs the length of the bottom of the door?

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    Originally Posted by FL_Z32 View Post
    New door
    There isn't anything wrong with the door.... The floor doesn't completely meet the wall/door frame.

    What about using the insulation in a spray can then use a color matching caulk to cover it?
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    Originally Posted by untouchabledfx View Post
    There isn't anything wrong with the door.... The floor doesn't completely meet the wall/door frame.

    What about using the insulation in a spray can then use a color matching caulk to cover it?
    I've got a similar issue with my front door because my wife decided she wanted a door with glass in it. I was able to get it pretty close w/o tearing out the frame but still a small crack. I just shove a towel down there when it gets below zero. I've tried some stick on seal but it always wears off.
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    Originally Posted by mbland02 View Post
    not looking forward to it, luckily I have the whole week off in between christmas and new years so going to get that done, with some new updated lighting fixtures as well. Time to make this my home finally after two years of nothing haha.
    Wet the ceiling. Get a water bottle and spray it. Try a small spot, you'll see. Comes off as easy as moving something sharp across the ceiling.Obviously, cover the floors if you can and just roll it up and toss it.

    Originally Posted by untouchabledfx View Post
    There isn't anything wrong with the door.... The floor doesn't completely meet the wall/door frame.

    What about using the insulation in a spray can then use a color matching caulk to cover it?
    How big is the gap? Some door seals are thicker than others.
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    i started the top coat on the cabinets today

    it slightly/minorly wiped away some sections of the stain which sucks. overall it isn't that bad and barely noticeable. i'm sure i'll be satisfied considering it was less than $80 in materials.


    the oven and over oven microwave are sort of jam packed.. again, overall i think it is coming together just fine and looking forward to showing you all pics on friday
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    Originally Posted by Malfa View Post
    i started the top coat on the cabinets today

    it slightly/minorly wiped away some sections of the stain which sucks. overall it isn't that bad and barely noticeable. i'm sure i'll be satisfied considering it was less than $80 in materials.


    the oven and over oven microwave are sort of jam packed.. again, overall i think it is coming together just fine and looking forward to showing you all pics on friday
    You might be using the wrong top coat. What are you using?

    If you used a water based top coat wait minimum 72 hours before applying over oil based stain.
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    In on thread. Recently purchased a farmhouse in Northeast Ohio built in 1890.

    Anyone ever use Ardex (concrete overlay) on their kitchen countertops?
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    Originally Posted by dings48 View Post
    In on thread. Recently purchased a farmhouse in Northeast Ohio built in 1890.

    Anyone ever use Ardex (concrete overlay) on their kitchen countertops?
    I found an old slab interior door and used Ardex on it to make a desk out of. It wasn't bad, my trowel I was applying with was kind of chit though so it was hard getting it to smooth out.
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    When it comes to popcorn ceilings, I just went through the whole process at my house of wetting it down with a hand held sprayer and scraping. It came off fairly easy. Be careful when scraping to not take out any drywall.
    Not sure if any of you subscribe to Family Handyman magazine, i know magazines are old-school, but i subscribed, it was a magazine drive for my niece's prom. Anyway, in their current issue, they show several ways on how to get rid of popcorn ceilings, including just putting sheetrock up over the top of the popcorn to cover it (you'd still have to tape and texture). They also had tongue and groove wood that went over the top.
    The preparation is almost as agonizing as the work itself. Taping up plastic, covering all of the furniture or moving it completely. Taping light fixtures and outlets, total pain.
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    Originally Posted by dings48 View Post
    In on thread. Recently purchased a farmhouse in Northeast Ohio built in 1890.

    Anyone ever use Ardex (concrete overlay) on their kitchen countertops?
    There was a guy a bunch of pages back that used it on his counters

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    I'll be done with the kitchen tomorrow. here is a quick teaser













































































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    Originally Posted by Malfa View Post
    I'll be done with the kitchen tomorrow. here is a quick teaser
    What counters did you go with? Price?

    Looks great!
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    Originally Posted by _zman View Post
    What counters did you go with? Price?

    Looks great!
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    i paid $4k for the kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 3 new undermount sinks. and delivery/install of course
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    Originally Posted by Malfa View Post
    I'll be done with the kitchen tomorrow. here is a quick teaser
    great job, looks really similar to what I did with my kitchen
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    Originally Posted by Malfa View Post
    sparkling white quartz

    i paid $4k for the kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 3 new undermount sinks. and delivery/install of course
    Holy chit thats cheap. Paid almost $7k for just the granite in my kitchen. You from the west brah? That chit is a ton cheaper out there
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    Holy chit thats cheap. Paid almost $7k for just the granite in my kitchen. You from the west brah? That chit is a ton cheaper out there
    yes, out in Oregon
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    Originally Posted by joem1cha3l View Post
    Holy chit thats cheap. Paid almost $7k for just the granite in my kitchen. You from the west brah? That chit is a ton cheaper out there
    It all depends on what you get though...Granite can be $150/sq ft. Most Quartz I've seen around me are like $75, so half that.
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    Good work on the kitchen. Looks great.
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    Originally Posted by joem1cha3l View Post
    Holy chit thats cheap. Paid almost $7k for just the granite in my kitchen. You from the west brah? That chit is a ton cheaper out there
    Damn how many sq. ft was it? I paid just over $2k for right at 40sq ft in my kitchen last year. Pretty standard color though, they had "exotic" colors there that were twice as much but I honestly didn't think any of them looked that good and would be quicker to go out of style.



    Got a three day weekend coming up and I'm planning to do quite a bit of work on my laundry room in that time. Going to paint, install cabinets, and build a pedestal to put the washer and dryer on. I bought some Lowe's gift cards discounted to save myself some money so hoping those get in a day or two early so I can start before Saturday morning.
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    Looks great man. Those soffets would annoy the hell out of me, but I know you stuck with the original cabinets so it wasn't really an option to get rid of them. Did you think about taking the backsplash all the way up to the ceiling on the sink wall?
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    Originally Posted by Adarus View Post
    Damn how many sq. ft was it? I paid just over $2k for right at 40sq ft in my kitchen last year. Pretty standard color though, they had "exotic" colors there that were twice as much but I honestly didn't think any of them looked that good and would be quicker to go out of style.



    Got a three day weekend coming up and I'm planning to do quite a bit of work on my laundry room in that time. Going to paint, install cabinets, and build a pedestal to put the washer and dryer on. I bought some Lowe's gift cards discounted to save myself some money so hoping those get in a day or two early so I can start before Saturday morning.
    Think it was right around 64 sqft and that was installed as well with a 4" backsplash. Our kitchen is pretty big
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    thanks everyone!!

    Originally Posted by FL_Z32 View Post
    Looks great man. Those soffets would annoy the hell out of me, but I know you stuck with the original cabinets so it wasn't really an option to get rid of them. Did you think about taking the backsplash all the way up to the ceiling on the sink wall?
    Yeah I don't mind them as much as I thought I would. I considered it.. this place will end up being a rental in 18 months or so.. so I basically was going for a high end look while doing the least amount as possible if that makes sense.
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    thanks everyone!!

    Yeah I don't mind them as much as I thought I would. I considered it.. this place will end up being a rental in 18 months or so.. so I basically was going for a high end look while doing the least amount as possible if that makes sense.
    Oh, that's why you went with the frigidaire?
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    Originally Posted by _zman View Post
    Oh, that's why you went with the frigidaire?
    lol basically. cheapest set without going amana or anything like that.

    2k was my budget.. i ended up spending about 2300 because i went with the updated oven.

    in total i've put about $20k into the home (roof repairs..furnace..A/C...kitchen/bathrooms...backyard...etc). I bought in June and my equity is up about $55k. i'm a real estate agent so everything I've done has been planned out so far following the RE and rental market trends to maximize profit.
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    Sorry if it was already mentioned, but can you tell me what exactly you did to the cabinets? I have a rental property with cabinets very similar to your old ones, and would love a cheap alternative to a full replacement, as they are still in very good condition.
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    Originally Posted by chino3 View Post
    Sorry if it was already mentioned, but can you tell me what exactly you did to the cabinets? I have a rental property with cabinets very similar to your old ones, and would love a cheap alternative to a full replacement, as they are still in very good condition.
    java gel stain + arm r seal top coat + new hardware. I spent approximately $150 vs $7k for new cabinets. They look pretty damn good for what it is...


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    Originally Posted by Malfa View Post
    java gel stain + arm r seal top coat + new hardware. I spent approximately $150 vs $7k for new cabinets. They look pretty damn good for what it is...


    tons of tutortials on google: https://www.google.com/webhp?sourcei...ain%20cabinets
    thank you and repped!

    I'm 400 miles away from my property, but might make a trip just to do that lol.
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    Originally Posted by chino3 View Post
    thank you and repped!

    I'm 400 miles away from my property, but might make a trip just to do that lol.
    It can be quite time consuming. FYI
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