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Offside spruce up

Now that the near(door)side was looking so good, I thought that perhaps I should tidy up the offside. It looked tired, to say the least. I suspect that it’s condition encouraged the McD/KFC dullards to lob their rubbish at me.


So, as before, I moulded a coarse filler over the awning rail and filled in dents, etc.


Then started the process of weeks of sanding and filling.


I removed the door that was originally the toilet cassette compartment and the bathroom vents, all of which were long out of use. (The area is now my fireplace). As before, I plugged the gap with board and sealed. I then worked the area to blend in with the rest of the wall.


Eventually, as and when prepared and primed, I painted, first, the blue,


then the yellow


and finally, the green.


Once done, as before, I spruced up the exterior locker door.


The woodwork will have to wait for another time.




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You’ve made a lovely job of that mate,well done,looks awesome!

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Wizard Steve
Wizard Steve
Nov 04, 2021
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Thank you

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Your work on the offside is remarkable. It looks fantastic!!! I hope those little s#@t’s stop throwing trash.

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Wizard Steve
Wizard Steve
Nov 04, 2021
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Thank you. Indeed! One hopes

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Oh that is a major difference, looks lovely and bright, hopefully they will stop throwing things now

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Couldn't agree more

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