Being a DIY (Do It Yourself) type of person, I took the cue of following and article describing the process of cleaning your dSLR sensor without having to spend more than $100 (the price of one of the best cleaning kits available for the task).
The gist of the article is that the natural property of Visible Dusts’ famous cleaning kit, the Sensor Brush, can be attained by using a regular, synthetic nylon cosmetics brush.
Suffice to say that the article was convincing enough to make me a believer. Today, I went with my mom to the department store in search of this so called “mask brush.”
And the trouble we had to go through for a brush really made me glad I wasn’t a woman.
Officially finished turning my room into a streamlined tech center (well at least that’s what I wish it were).
Now, whenever I do something, it’s like I want to fix it all over again. Not really fix as in reorganize, but to double check if stuff is where they should belong.
Another busy day of room cleaning. This time I have gone to the hardware store and bought a bunch of carpentry stuff. Basically I added “levels” to my cabinet so I can put more stuff. Bought a couple of metal grates and angle-bars to mount the grates.
I was happy with the result.
Finally, after DAYS the electicians finally finished the wiring of my room (an incidentally my sisters room)
Now it’s time to CLEAN my room
Is it just me, or do people enjoy doing chores [they usually hate] whenever Something new [that they like] is introduced. Example: get a new computer, all of a sudden, you want your room to be worthy of it . . . you know what I mean?