Bath Stool

The stool is made of MDF and what makes it special and gives it a rustic look is the paint job which consists of 3 coats or acrylic red plus two coats of white and sanding off the white to reveal parts of the red. For durability and increase of the oldish look I finished it with poly varnish:

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4 Comments on “Bath Stool”

  1. After I orriginally commented I seem to have clicked thee -Notify me when new comments are
    added- checkbox annd now every time a comment is added I receive four emails with the exact same comment.

    There has to be an easy method you can remove me from that service?

    • I wrote you back regarding the multiple notifications you receive from my blog but the message to bounced back due to non existing address.

      • From: Nino Ransenberg
        Sent: Friday, September 20, 2013 9:36 AM
        To: ‘’
        Subject: RE: [Nino Ransenberg] Please moderate: “Bath Stool”

        Hi there,
        Sorry about that.
        I couldn’t find a way to manage the mailing list and can only assume it is done by WordPress. Perhaps you can manage your own subscriptions through links in the notification email? Other than that, What was your original comment? Which page? Maybe we can remove it and it will stop the mailing?

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