Now with Scrubbing Bubbles.
Glossy (I've had good luck with glossy prints lately, they seem to look more "professional".)Semi-gloss (Isn't is suppose to show less finger prints and dirt?)Chapstick (Never leave home without it.)2% (I'm not particular so I just drink whatever the girls need.)
Lustre-no reason.Satin-fairly washable w/o the shiny.Both-whatever I happen upon first, although lately w/sub-20% humidity there's more chapstick varieties floating around here.2%-my entire life, except the few months the baby was on Whole.
Ugghhh... you had to bring up paint... we're in the processing of painting the inside of the "new" house. And because I listened to the unnamed one's sq ft calculations, I have 10 gallons of a paint that is called pumpkin spice (yes an orange yellow). It's pretty dominating. I think we'll use 2 gallons of the 10 and put the rest on Craig's list. And I keep trying to make everyone happy, so don't have any of the colors on the walls that I was dreaming of for the past 2 years. In one room, we've got butter yellow that hubby says is peach (it isn't). Bright kindergarten green in another room. The multitude of orange in the kitchen with a faux finish in brown and red that makes it look pretty good (or at least I hope so)- - the brick red I picked out was vetoed ... I so have almost a gallon of that to get rid of too. Minty green in a bathroom. Taupe in another bathroom. Pale aqua in master bedroom. A dark marine blue that is my favorite in the bedroom that will be the media/tv room. Off-white everywhere else. And to get back to the original post... eggshell or satin walls, kitchen & bath gloss in bathrooms/kitchens, and ceiling paint stark white. (And this is with no trim up... it will all probably be semi-gloss.) And to top it off ... all of this paint cost the equivalent of a house payment,
OMG. I feel a paint post coming on.....
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