A revisit with old friends

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Odd session in the potting shed

Well, a cleaning session is always a bit odd. First of all I wonder who has made such a mess, knowing full well it can only be me, but still cross about it. You must admit that is just a bit odd. Plus today it included sorting out the back of the house: the kitchen area and the Great Hall stuff, so that there’s room to work on that face because the back of the attic faces over that way.

I’ve barely seen the back of the house for I don’t know how long. It’s been covered with protective card to keep some of the gross flying mess out of the rooms but, but of course it still needs a good clean, and it turns out, a number of things anchoring down that I’ve been studiously ignoring as they rattled around every time the model was moved.

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A whole glu dot on the base of the wood bundle for by the fire

As mentioned previously, I like to use Bostik Glu Dots for firming things in place: the only time I’ve had trouble with them is on wooden furniture and that was probably because they had been polished by the makers. Today’s arranging and sticking down involves both furniture and objects (apologies to the dog in front of the fire who also needs placing).theinfill Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean 1:12 dolls house blog - the infill dolls house blog – Bostik glu dots for fastening items in the house

One dot cut up in many pieces for plates, jugs and goblets as well as the feet of the court cupboard – lying down and nothing has fallen off

Well on with the cleaning – it’s amazing how far bits of cut tile can travel.  Have a good weekend all 😉

 

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