Dancing With The Buffer


Last Saturday afternoon, Vickie came over with her buffer to help clean the hard wood floors.  It was too expensive and the logistics didn’t work to have a professional to them, so this was the next best thing.

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Eddie dancing with the buffer

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Vickie took a turn around the floor

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We started in this corner and worked our way around

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Eddie checking out the progress

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There was a lot of dirt, but the stains didn’t come out

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Our dance partner

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It also meant the furniture had to be moved too – the pieces aren’t as light on their legs as the buffer

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Under the dining table was really dirty and a bit sticky

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A little two step with the towel

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Vickie is a dab hand with her buffer

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Section by section we worked around the room

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Without furniture, there is a lot of floor – I had no idea

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After using the buffer, it needed to have the goop mopped away

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Every time we did it, there were puddles like this

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Vickie mops the way I do

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She is such a generous and loving friend

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Eddie did a two step with the towel


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Mostly he was more at ground level

Now the next thing is to put some oil on it, that’s my next project

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4 Responses to “Dancing With The Buffer”

  1. Charlotte Trayer Says:

    Wow, it’s really coming along nicely!! I didn’t see you doing any dancing, though!! 😉

  2. Charlotte Trayer Says:

    I figured that must be it!! See you on Thursday!!

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