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Old 10-03-2019, 10:31 AM   #1
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Job we finished yesterday lots of years of smoking.
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When we were doing our last one of those, I vowed we would never do another. We haven’t.
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Ya it's been a lot of years since I did one like this. It was for a friend it was his mother's house she went to a home. He needed to get it painted before it goes up for sale.
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I wonder if years from now faux finishers will be asked to recreate the "20th century nicotine finish"? Sounds ridiculous, but I guarantee nobody in the 1970's ever thought distressed finishes would become a thing.
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I never thought of that I hope not. But if you're looking for a dirty gloomy look nicotine faux would be the way to go.
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