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  1. Jackie @jackiecantblog says:

    I am with you- a DIY complete is just a good as a DIY perfect. The faucets look great! Good tips on painting inside and out. Can’t wait to see how this all comes together for you

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      Heck yes! Next week’s the big reveal!

  2. It’s looking so good!!!

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      Thanks Tracy!

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  4. Love the way it turned out. I’m converting my late husbands office and bathroom to a playroom for my grandsons. I had forgotten that he had replaced the sink faucet with a REALLY nice faucet. Unfortunately in my idiotic hurry to reinvent the wheel I had replaced the shower curtain rod, towel rod, hand towel thing and toilet paper holder in bronze. Completely forgot to look at the other fixtures. Sooo, now I’m really wanting to paint the sink faucet and the bath stuff in the bronze. It just bothers me to have to ‘ruff up’ that lovely sink faucet. Do you think it would work even if I didn’t sand the sink faucet? The other thing I was wondering if you have a way to ‘save’ your tutorials, I couldn’t find a ‘save’ button. Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas!

    1. Christin | My Homier Home says:

      I definitely think you could get away with not sand if you are using the automotive primer. I also think you could probably pick any color for over the top of that too, but the key is going to be the top coat I mentioned in the post. That made it look legit. As for a save button, the best way is to probably pin the image to a folder on Pinterest. If you hover over any picture, it should work. Let me know if you need more help on that or the faucet!! 🙂

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