So we did, and he didn't need directions, he's a guy, and uses one of these regularly in his line of work. Well, he did the whole east scullery wall, in maybe 30 minutes. I didn't check the time. We were both impressed at how well my little electric pressure washer worked. I watched how he did it, then asked him the steps to starting the thing and said I'd give it a go today, and that's what I did.
Here's the second wall I did. The first wall was inside the screened porch, and there was no peeling paint, as it's under an aluminum roof, so it basically just was cleaned. No picture. This wall is the living room wall, east side.
This is the south wall of my creative space. I did this after my nap. We put this door here, but we do NOT use it, it is blocked off by a work surface and storage units.
You can see in these pictures that my sample painting did not peel off while using the pressure washer.
Tomorrow I have a women's Bible study that I do to, so I won't be doing any work then. I 'may' try to do some tomorrow afternoon. I have Thursday and Friday to do more, but want the walls to be dry for Saturday. Some walls do not have peeling paint and are under cover or on the north side of the house, so 'should' be relatively easy.
I am so thankful for the outpouring of love and labor that 10-20 people will be doing for me Saturday. We will grow closer as a group and closer to God also as we work together.
I've had blooms from three of my newest roses and I love them all. New growth is happening on the rest.
Well, I am feeling ready to 'get horizontal' to read before sleep.
Thank you all for your love and support. It is priceless to me.