Posts in Cork Kitchen
Asian Bugs Help Revive a Kitchen

Have you heard of the lac bug? It lives in India and parts of southeast Asia. As a larva, it crawls along branches, excreting a waxy substance. If you paint your nails, you might be wearing some lac bug excretion on your hands right now. It’s the main ingredient in shellac nail polish.

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A Kitchen Rescue Paint Job—Before and After

Anyone can hand paint a kitchen cabinet. But not everyone can do it properly. Even people who say they are professional kitchen painters. Here’s a story about how I was able to rescue a kitchen in Cork after the original painter did a terrible job.

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Avoiding Paint Splatters and Other Disasters in Your Kitchen

Working in someone else’s house brings with it a lot of care. Quite often, the kitchen floor will be new. The last thing I want to do is leave behind paint drops on a freshly laid tile or wooden floor. Here is how I protect my clients’ floors when I paint their kitchens.

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