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     Scott Gerwitz
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    I recently worked in a warehouse built in the 1950s.

    In the restroom, the floor tiles had a distressing color that had never occurred to me to use. Granted, this was real distress, so who knows what caused it.

    What an awesome color to add to the usual raw umber repertoire.

    ScottGross or awesome

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     Tina Yager
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    That is totally gross but also interesting. Do you think it’s the same dirty water cleaning solution slipped into the corners and then left to dry?

     

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     Scott Gerwitz
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    That is the only thing that would make sense. Some kind of cleaning product. Mopped around the room and settles in the corners to dry.

    Scott

     

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     Angelique Powers
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    Definitely gross in that “gonna remember that level of detail” so I can my future bathroom set look awesome.

    Speaking of Gross vs Awesome :  I got to wander around an abandoned flyloft this past week and this dust covered corner was enchanting! Rusty dusty corner

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