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DIY: We have outdated hardware all throughout our home since our house was built in the mid 90's. We are on a budget, so a handy friend of mine told me to spray paint everything. The guy at Home Depot recommended this spray paint, and to use steel wool on the metal to help with saturation. It'll be interesting to see how it holds up with wear and tear, but for now I'm impressed!

I will be doing this. I actually started this at a cast party last night because I knew I was with fellow theatre nerds. Everyone joined in and Zane started waving a blanket as if it was a flag. Best day ever.

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Pvt. Charles Chapman, Company A, 10th Virginia Cavalry (left) with Unidentified soldier(right). Chapman is wearing rare Richmond Depot 2 jacket with two outside pockets.

"brilliant and cheap idea of purchasing 8-foot sections of cedar picket fencing from [shudder] Home Depot, cutting off the tips, and turning them on their sides."

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Not only does this gal have some fabulous tips, but she has introduced me to this FABULOUS spray paint hand gun...definitely investing my $6 bucks for this baby! Will make my spray painting plans much easier...once the weather starts to cooperate!