|I only tackled half of the before, but I also
cleared the floor you couldn’t see.
Today I worked a short day, but instead of working on this challenge. We went to a movie this morning. Tuesday’s My Vet works late, so I was still able to spend a couple hours on my deep clean. I quickly dusted and washed the windows/mirrors in the living room, then headed to the basement. I haven’t been back down there in a couple of weeks, and I still have a lot to do before I can paint.
Everything is now neatly put away. Camping cooking gear in one area, sleeping in another, a shelf devoted to leg braces, ice pumps, etc. My Vet has sustained his fair share of injuries over the years. He even limped down the isle to say “I Do”.
|This is from today, but VERY representative of how
much garbage each deep clean is generating.
I will get to the other half, before calling this 30 days over. I am stalled though, as I figure out the best way to dispose of lots of really old paint. Can I just toss dried out paint cans into the trash? I am not sure, so while I work on that, you will have to wait with baited breathe.
My garbage removal company will take old paint cans, provided they are 100% dried out. Otherwise they are considered hazardous waste, and need to be disposed of differently.