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Michael Posted On: Tuesday, December 03, 2013 2:17:26 AM
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Yikes all that work and its not your house, hope someone speaicl appreciates you and Mr C! We have just had the whole of the inside of our house painted and apparently professional painters dont pre wash walls! Ha who knew, it was one of the reasons we decided to suck it up and pay someone!
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