Monday, January 25, 2010

the daily tip...


-angelo

9 comments:

tale of many cities said...

ok.. so i was a bit of a grump this morning... that is, until your tip of the day video! you absolutely crack me up! great tips, but mostly enjoyed the hilarious, personal delivery!! thanks for giving me something to laugh about today, angelo! :)

Smashgirl said...

What a fun way to start the week! That is one impressive LARGE coffee mug! Great tip on picking paint colors, I am not afraid of color...love it...but spiders kind of creep me out:)

samantha said...

I LOVE the Daily Tip on video. LOVE! "Giant robotic ants!" Yes, VERY SCARY. Too funny.

mbkatc230 said...

I LOVE that you are doing these daily videos. What a fantastic idea. The color samples really do help, I had been hemming and hawing for a year over the paint color for our guest room. Got 3 samples, put a splash on 3 different walls and had my decision in a day. Great tip! Kathy

Jules said...

I too truly love that you are doing these daily videos. Yes, the tips are wonderful and I agree with Kathy above about how helpful it was to paint samples on the walls. I too was able to make a very quick decision about color by doing that. I usually take forever to make up mu mind. What I also love is your personality. You are the real deal and genuinely entertaining. Keep those videos coming!

Lise said...

Well, Well, Well. Giant robotic ants you say. That is very interesting information. I guess my plans to engineer the perfect giant robotic ants will have to be put on hold.

Anonymous said...

Color...chips. Say that three times fast!

Happy Tuesday
Jessie

Mel said...

I love the sample containers that are so prevalent now in the stores to test colors.

I'm getting ready to remodel my basement and I will be including a full bathroom in the renovation. Can I use cork flooring in a bathroom? Or is there too much water spillage possible for it?

I would think that it would help with the chilly aspect of being in a basement.

angelo said...

Hi Mel-

Here is a great link that talks about using cork and putting it in rooms like kitchens and baths. The bottom line, you can use it in a bathroom if there won't be any standing water on it.

http://www.askthebuilder.com/183_Cork_-_It_s_Captivating_.shtml

Have fun with your remodel!
-Angelo

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