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  1. Andres Nuñez not long ago did excellent work on a difficult painting job for us. With recent rainy weather and two children going back to school, this single dad is giving a special offer this month on painting jobs--20 pesos an hour. Bonus: he speaks good English. His phone: 331-742-83-92.
  2. Watercolor workshop with Renown Mexican Artist Luis Eduardo Gonzales M. March 6, 7, & 8, 2017 Price $2500 pesos ($1000 due February 25th) as prepayment and confirmation of attendance) Includes snacks and lunch each day Time 11-2, break and then 3-7pm each day Contact Casa Michin – Miguel Nunez 333 952 2079 or email casamichin@gmail.com Studio is located on Los Angeles #63, Colonia Riberas del Pilar, Chapala, Jalisco clase de acuarela guiada con el maestro Luis Eduardo Gonzales M.Comienza el dia Lunes 6 de Marzo de 11-2 po
  3. In a bygone era, I used to live on Beacon Hill in Boston, famous for its decorative ironwork on houses. There, I learned that one needed to sand off the rust before priming and repainting. But that was then and this is now. The guy who hopes to repaint the ironwork on the windows and doors of my condo is telling me that one can spray some kind of primer on the ironwork and then repaint, no tedious sanding required. I am dubious, but of course that route would be a lot less effortful for him and less expensive for me, so would you experts out there please advise? (As to how much rust we are tal
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