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Unread 02-27-2020, 08:56 PM   #16
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Oops, thought I replied already. Didn't look as bad as I thought after the second cleaning. I finished the last wall yesterday (it was shower surround plus 4 foot tile wainscot around the room, so I had to break it up). I went ahead and skimmed over a couple of the spots that were bugging me, but I just wanted it finished, so I didn't scrape any out. It's the wall where sink/toilet/furniture will be. I made sure to do the wall in the shower second so that I could iron out any kinks from the first go. I think it turned out pretty well, especially considering how poorly it felt like it was going the other night.

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