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Old 04-02-2015, 11:30 AM   #1
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I looked at a stairwell in a condo today that has walls that are around 14 ft high. Normally I wash everything. But, just wonder if others bother, if there is no obvious dirt, washing that high up.
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I looked at a stairwell in a condo today that has walls that are around 14 ft high. Normally I wash everything. But, just wonder if others bother, if there is no obvious dirt, washing that high up.
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Nah. Just paint the spiders, they love it.
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