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Upgrade tacky counters for under $10

   I've been working on a bunh of DIY projects at home these last couple of days to spruce up and refinish some of my furniture and stuff to motivate me to get (and hopefully stay) better organized. Now, I don't know if other people do this or if it's just me but I have to reposition my couches and other furniture every couple of months or it feels boring to keep clean. Maybe that's weird but it keeps me motivated. We are currently renting and have been in this house for several years and there are somethings that I know I can't change that just irritate me so much. If I owned the home I would pull the carpet if at the very least out of the bathroom of all places and replace the counters in the kitchen and bathrooms. There's not much I can do about the kitchen but clean it way more often than I wish to because it is those tiny tiles with grout lines EVERYWHERE uhg. But after three years of trying to make the bathrooms look a little nicer with no success with the pinkish counter tops I finally thought why not resurface it with contact paper?! It's cheap I think I paid 7 or 8 bucks for a roll that did two bathrooms, it was easy to do by myself, and it is not permanent.

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