8 thoughts on “Cleaning the bathroom

  1. carhartt986 February 28, 2021 / 09:06

    Cleanliness is next to Godliness! (laughing). ALL that debris in the shower! Wow! P.S. I like how Kerry lowered her voice and said it was ‘sketchy’!

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    • moorelandhouse February 28, 2021 / 09:08

      Yeah, one of the reasons we hadn’t cleaned it up before was that ceiling looked like it was ready to fall in. Once we cleaned up the attic room above this area we knew it was at least safe to go in there.


  2. J. Staft February 28, 2021 / 10:41

    I love the sink and the carved accents on the cabinet it’s sitting in. It will be beautiful when restored. Is the whole house swept up now other than that back area on the first floor where the floor has collapsed? Where are you taking all the debris?

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    • moorelandhouse February 28, 2021 / 14:10

      We can tell you have been paying attention! Yes, other than that back area we have no other spots in the house that haven’t been cleaned up at least once. Right now we have been putting all the plaster debris in one pile by the shed. We think we might be able to use some of the sand when we get back to mixing up all the plaster again.


  3. Laura Post February 28, 2021 / 15:33

    How do you restore parts of the house that were done in different eras? Do you keep with the different styles?

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    • moorelandhouse February 28, 2021 / 16:40

      Luckily this isn’t something we have to think about too much. Almost everything is original or early 1900s. This bathroom has the original vanity. The ceiling fixture is probably from the 1960s and we won’t be keeping it. The fake brass shower with glass doors was added in the 1980s or so and will be replaced with something that looks a lot older, possibly a clawfoot tub shower.

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  4. Linda Gorsh March 6, 2021 / 00:13

    Kerry are you doing OK? You sound short of breath after your encounter with Covid. I worry about you.

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