I agree with Dallasstudent13. In our house, we tried everything to remove the mold on the grout, but nothing would work, because the true problem was a sloppy installation to begin with. Water would seep under the grout and stay trapped, causing mold growth. We were going to ask the landlord to replace the grout, but when we saw the elderly repair man that he used for everything, we just decided to tackle the project ourselves and to do it right. It turned out to be a really cheap fix and made our bathroom feel brand new again.
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The Making Learning Visible project could provide helpful tools towards creating a classroom that reflects your students' projects and vision. http://www.makinglearningvisibleresources.org/
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Amazing lighting and landscaping. I only seem capable of keeping half of the plants that I purchase alive, so I envy people with green thumbs and people with the money to hire people with green thumbs. My boyfriend and I both make and collect art, so I envy beautiful lighting. These two areas are also where I've experienced the biggest sticker shock. Each landscaping or lighting element individually seems attainable, but then I see the total and my jaw drops.
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Try the Barnacle Brothers. They do custom fabrication for artists and seems capable of painting/building/making anything. They're in LA, and they won't laugh at your proposal. After all, I met them while they were building a 30 ft high plaster post-apocalyptic site from which an opera would be performed.
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