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Ash-Lee

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Woodchip.
« on: 12:45, Wed 24 November 2010 »
I have now entirely cleansed my house from woodchip.

The last strip of the stuff is now bagged up and binned.  :D

It's been an uphill struggle, literally. It was all over the ceilings. My arms are beyond tired.

If my car fails it's next MOT on corrosion i may very well cover any holes in woodchip, i have a feeling it bonds much better then any welder.

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Re: Woodchip.
« Reply #1 on: 14:17, Thu 25 November 2010 »
the best thing to get that off a wall is a young child. I remember having it on our walls and was always picking it off while laid in bed ha happy days. In 20 years people will be putting it back up as fashion turns full circle