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Official Clean MY House week

I can't get motivated.  Well to spring clean anyway.  Probably because I keep waking up to this in MAY!
So to get myself motivated I am going to post everyday this week about what I have cleaned or what I am going to clean.  See what I am doing here?  I am motivating myself, making myself accountable, and documenting that I actually want to get something done.  And although this lovely vinyl sign is proudly displayed in my kitchen basking in my beautiful recessed lighting....

I am going to clean this week if it kills me!  I need a cleaner space I need to show that I am getting things done and this is how I am going to do it.  
Each day I will post a before and after picture of what I have done.  On Friday I am going to post my final project and then a Linky so you can all link up if you want and show me what you have cleaned this week.  Oh I am so excited!!  
What are you going to clean this week?  (I am starting with my kitchen!!) 

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All you need are these few house-hold ingredients and a spray bottle.  I bought a really expensive one (NOT) I used one I had for my kids hair.  It worked great.
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Master Bedroom Makeover Board and Batten

I highly recommend a few items although you don't HAVE to have them it just makes this project go so much faster.  I bought a pancake compressor with three nail guns included saved me on this project and a miter saw.  I bought both from Home Depot and they didn't pay me to say that it is just where I happen to shop.  I actually had this all measured out and went to Home Depot and they cut the mdf primed boards for me.  However I later purchased the miter saw and was then able to cut things right here at my house.  The nail gun I used is a 16 gauge gun that can shoot nails up to 3 inches.  I used a 2.5 inch nail to cover the thickness of the board and wall. Ok so I recommend deciding how you want your boards spaced first and measure and mark on the wall where you want them.  I tried to do every 16 inches because that is how far apart my studs were but then I realized my wall wasn't an even length and so I have some that look a little off on the ends.  Lesson learned..... You…