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November 19, 2009

Pretty Darn Handy Online Calculators (free) for Home Improvement

via www.diy.com

It never hurts to calculate.

Intuitive guesses are way more fun.

But it never hurts to do the actual math, just in case your intuition is offish that day.

By the way, paint is the only calculation that is usually bogus, even with a calculator, because everyone spreads paint differently. Some of us are generous, others parsimonious.

Paint is the wild child of impulse and intellect. So don't say I didn't warn you.

Comments

Abi


heyyy.. nicee lookin article. thanks so much for posting this,and thats also funny about math, i was never really good at math. I hated that subject so bad!

dwi

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So true about the paint! I find it's best to do all the painting in one day and have one person for each color, that's if you're doing more than one, because everyone paints differently.

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