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December 07, 2009

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Janna Qualman

I love that look, Angela! Great job.

Steph Neff

Wow! It's amazing how real faux finishes can look.

Pamela Stuck

It all looks amazing! Can't wait to see it in person.

Pam

Evie Riek

Angela - I love your newsletter and blog! I have been reading for a year and have gotten many tips and ideas from all your readers! I absolutely love this floor treatment and am getting ready to try it on my enclosed back porch. We mostly use it for storage, but I am getting ready to put a craft area out there for my 6 year old and this floor looks like it would work well out there. Thanks for all your advice!

Cynthia Davis

Dear Angela, Merry Christmas! Love your newsletter, your an inspiriation! I've always loved tangerines in my stocking & I associate them with the goodness of Christmas! I really appreciate your genuiness for the holiday! God Bless, Cynthia Davis, Atlanta, GA.

Amy

Angela: Do you think this would work in a small kitchen? We have carpet and linoleum in our small kitchen and it is a mess -- but can't afford to put tile in -- or don't want to invest a lot of money in our duplext that we don't plan to stay in forever.

Tracy Prestridge

Did you use water based polyurethane or oil based?

Angela

I used oil based poly.

Amber @ barbwired

Since you have lived with it a while... how are you feeling about the way it wears?

Angela

Amber, I still love the floors. They have held up great and still look all shiny and pretty. You might check out my new blog at www.groceryshrink.com/blog. All the old content has moved over there and it is updated daily.

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