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Added: 18.04.2012, 18:35

Font family: DS Stain

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#1 - Yasmin (19.02.2016, 01:23)

I'm glad it's been a great help, thank you!We did not do too much to the concrete bofere we applied the etcher stuff. We did sweep and do a quick mop over with just some water since it was quite dusty and dirty. Of course once the etcher goes down you will likely be using water to get it up which in a sense is cleaning the floor all over again anyway, haha.I do want to add that I'm not sure about Soycrete's etching/stripping process. As I recall it was quite different from the stuff I purchased at Home Depot in the photo as far as application and the directions. I'd double check with them, they are quite helpful if you call their customer support. I will suggest one thing is try to make sure you get all that white chalky stuff, adhesive, or anything else off the concrete as well as possible. Thankfully after ours was finished we agreed you don't notice the little spots here and there too much, and our floor is quite dark.Also I'd suggest checking out the new post I'm about to put up about putting on the sealant stuff. (If only we knew, lol )

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#2 - Osneidy (02.03.2016, 14:10)

I love your scarf! Don't you hate it when you get a toothpaste stain, i'm THE WORST with that! Your bhteror is cute, but you'll still get to see him, that's what holiday visits are for!

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#3 - Umadesd (02.03.2016, 19:30)

If you are on a tight budget, try a rsaele shop in your area. They sell gently used, stain-free clothing, and you can even bring in your old clothes for store credit or even cash. You can also try eBay, where you can buy "lots" of clothes that's where people sell multiple items in one auction. Generally, the clothes sold on eBay are in great used condition and contain no stains, etc. If you are unsure of how to use eBay, just go to their home page and type in "12 month girl clothes" and see what comes up. If you are looking to make extra money, you can also sell your old baby clothes on eBay. You probably won't get exactly what you paid for them brand new, but every little penny counts at that age! Good luck!!References : Was this answer helpful? http://hebaujmg.com [url=http://mkbxzrn.com]mkbxzrn[/url] [link=http://madxuad.com]madxuad[/link]

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