Samantha Kingston

Samantha Kingston

Samantha Kingston
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Poop scoop. 2 inches of coarse sand in the coop. You’d be surprised at how this eliminates the smell! And I only scoop twice a week – still no smell. Twice a year – January and again in July – I take out all the sand and start over. During the July cleaning, I pick a hot day to scrub it down with soap and water… and the earlier the better, so it has time to dry before I replace the sand. No one will ever know I have chickens.

Poop scoop. 2 inches of coarse sand in the coop. You’d be surprised at how this eliminates the smell! And I only scoop twice a week – still no smell. Twice a year – January and again in July – I take out all the sand and start over. During the July cleaning, I pick a hot day to scrub it down with soap and water… and the earlier the better, so it has time to dry before I replace the sand. No one will ever know I have chickens.

A clear roof?! The better to see the stars with, my dear! Loving this clever take on the by @kristin_darling 😍😍😍 -we wanna see yours! Be sure to share with the hashtag! 💪👌😘 it's the summer of mania!

Master Bathroom Renovation- How to achieve a farmhouse style bathroom- farmhouse style- bathroom- remodeled bathroom- farmhouse bathroom- cement tile- copper accents- farmhouse style- bathroom update- bathroom reveal- bath

Master Bathroom Renovation- How to achieve a farmhouse style bathroom- farmhouse style- bathroom- remodeled bathroom- farmhouse bathroom- cement tile- copper accents- farmhouse style- bathroom update- bathroom reveal- bath

The bold Popham floor tiles in the kid’s bathroom instantly transformed what was once a basic bath into a knockout of a space.

The bold Popham floor tiles in the kid’s bathroom instantly transformed what was once a basic bath into a knockout of a space.

6 ways to dispose of chicken coop bedding

6 ways to dispose of chicken coop bedding

This is great... another shed coop that I am just loving! I like the porch and how you can walk into it. All you have to too is add a chicken door and an outdoor area.

This is great... another shed coop that I am just loving! I like the porch and how you can walk into it. All you have to too is add a chicken door and an outdoor area.