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I've heard of the penny idea. That would be cool.
originally posted by: Skid Mark
We just put a coating of polyurethane on the floor a couple hours ago. Here in a bit we'll put down another. I think there is enough left for 2 more coats. I'll be posting pics once it's finished, and when my friend puts pics up. It'll be a couple of days maybe because it has to dry.
originally posted by: BuzzyWigs
a reply to: nonspecific
Well that is very interesting indeed. I knew of course about rugs on the wall - tapestries and all that stuff - textiles make interesting wall coverings .... wallpapering the floor, eh? The thing is, do you have to seal it up with polyurethane like the 3 coats they're talking about with the brown paper?
If it does have to be lacquered, when you get sick of that wallpaper, what then?
Do you just lay tile over it? It seems like anything double glued and lacquered would need to be considered permanent - taking it out would be a big fat arse-ache and a fume-producing mess. ????
Still, I'll look into it. Are they shellacking the wallpaper, or just leaving it raw once it's glued down? Very very clever idea. Thanks!