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DIY Drop Cloth/Nailhead Trim Upholstered Headboard Tutorial

Knock off this PB headboard using painters drop cloth fabric, plywood, upholstery tacks for a fraction. See how it was done at TenthAveueSouth

DIY Drop Cloth/Nailhead Trim Upholstered Headboard Tutorial

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Outdoor patio porch curtains. We made these out of painters' drop cloth. Added grommets to the canvas then used chain link fence supplies to hang them. Hopefully this will give us more shade and allow us to enjoy the outdoor living space and outdoor kitchen into some of the warmer months. Now we just need a place for all 5 of us to eat more comfortably.

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Paint This! Fabric - It All Started With Paint

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Make Your Own Outdoor Curtain Panels

How to Make And Hang Outdoor Curtain Panels...using painters drop cloth

Outdoor Curtain Panels Tutorial for Porch Curtains

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Drop Cloth Curtains - Light & Airy Painting Studio

Drop Cloth Curtains

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DIY Drop Cloth/Nailhead Trim Upholstered Headboard Tutorial

DIY Drop Cloth/Nailhead Trim Upholstered Headboard Tutorial

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Only From Scratch: 10 Ways to Use a Drop Cloth in Home Decor

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Natural Whiteners

To whiten cloth napkins, linens, and even socks, fill a large pot with water, and drop in several slices of lemon. Bring to a boil, then turn off the heat. Add the linens, and let them soak for about an hour. Then launder as usual. Many bathroom cleansers are gritty; they may be effective at cleaning grout, but they can scratch tiles. Baking soda is a safe and inexpensive alternative. First, wet the grout, and apply the baking soda to the stained area with an old toothbrush. Work on a small…

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