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Belfast sink transformation


Belfast sink transformation

This little old sink was found in our 'new' garden when we moved in and against most people's advice I decided to get rid of the enamel
the old fashion way.
By painstakenly chipping away with a hammer and chisel .....great for using all that pent up anger I must say!

Needless to say I achieved the desired effect and give a year or two to age a little and it should look great! Hel.xxx.



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o i love the colour of ur Violas Hel :)

2 Apr, 2008

 

Thanx Jacque yet another lot of 24 for £1....those pennies do go so very far! Lol.Hel.xxx.

2 Apr, 2008

 

Wow brill buy AGAIN u do have a BARGAIN EYE Hel lol ;)

2 Apr, 2008

 

Good job on the sink !

2 Apr, 2008

 

Yes Jacque you also it seems great minds think alike. Lol.

Thanks Diohio I must admit it did take a few days to do but I did get there in the end! Hel.xxx.

2 Apr, 2008

 

Would love to have a sink, with no enamal too. To age it a bit, get some natural yoghurt on it. Will encourage lichens to grow.

4 Apr, 2008

 

Ken I was told how to do it that way but I'm a stubborn old bird in fact this was the second sink I did 'the hard way' we left the other one at the old house has hubby simply refused to carry it! Lol.Hel.xxx.

4 Apr, 2008



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