Remember back in February when I laid out the overall plan for the “DIY/RV Renovations” I factored in some buffer time if you will for painting, but I probably should have added an extra couple of days. Why? Well I only get one day a week to really work on the RV and while I do average anywhere from 7-9 hours working on it during that time, painting has taken up a lot of time. And it’s not just primer and paint on in the RV, I did also have to paint all of the hinges and drawer handles and THAT took some time as well.The good news, is I’m getting closer to finishing all of the painting. So I don’t bore, you all, I’ve combined three weeks of work into one big video this week with a fun homage to my friend, Michael Justus of DuetJustus fame… let me know if you can figure it out. Oh and if you get a chance, I would love to get your comments back to a question I throw down in this video.
Here’s a look at the overall budget for this week. In each episode I’m providing a detailed look of what I spent in the episode and the overall cost for everything. I did find a receipt for an expense in February, Saw Horses and Furring strips to put doors on so I can paint, that I left out, so I’ve added it into this week’s budget.
I’ll also share links to various products, some of which you can find through my Amazon Affiliate link.
Here’s what I spent this week and the overall breakdown for you:
[RVJedeye] – DIY/RV Renovation Budget: (May 15, 2017)
Expenses for Episode :07 “Painting the RV Continues”
1×2 Weathershield (HD)
Saw horses (HD)
Furring Strips (L)
Drop cloth (DT)
Episode :07 Sub Total $36.53
OVERALL TOTALS TO DATE: $431.58
RELATED LINKS: (From Episode :06)
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