Reloading room

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  1. BurnedOutGeek

    BurnedOutGeek Well-Known Member Staff Member Benefactor Charter Life Member

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    My little craftsman rolly chair doesnt roll well on it compared to hard surfaces (obviously). The barstool does leave indentations on it after I've sat on it for a while. That being said, I think a mat may cause more damage, if it's the kind I'm thinking of with the sharp things on the back to grip the carpet. A smooth version probably would be the best solution.
     
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    Picked up the last pack from Sam's today. All patched in finally, 2 more holes to cut for the bench feet and it'll be done

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    Best I can get from inside...

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    Next is to tape and mud the sheetrock, maybe some paint... we'll have to see how that goes.
     
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    Do you have an iPhone? You can take some really decent small-room pics with an iPhone.

    Hold the phone vertical, and use the "panorama" setting. Don't overdo it. just enough to get two walls.
     
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