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Home and Garden April 29, 2013 at 3:09 pm

Cleaning/refinishing dirty hardwood floors

I’m moving into a charming but dated rowhouse in Columbia Heights (renting), the sort of place with creaky steps and other quirks, and of course a mostly absent landlord.
I’d like to clean/fix up the hardwood flooring in the bedroom, but the wood is extremely dirty and the finish has mostly worn through. Any recommendations for cleaning the floors? Since I’m renting, I’d like a cost-effective fix. I don’t want to sink very much money into this unless I have to.

Travel and Transportation April 26, 2013 at 4:53 pm

Scratched someone’s bumper, what to expect?

Ugh, so I scratched someone’s bumper today on the street in Woodley Park. It already had a few dings on it, but my scratch was pretty noticeable so I left a note anyway. Now that I’ve done that, what are the odds of the owner of the car calling or trying to rip me off? I’m reading that bumper repair can be pretty costly. Should I insist on getting multiple written estimates? Is it better to go through insurance or pay up on my own? For what it’s worth, my car is pretty old, so I have super basic insurance and am not sure this sort of thing would even be covered (or cost-effective for me to go through insurance). 

General Discussion December 3, 2012 at 10:06 am

Rottweilers on a Roof!?! Kenyon and Georgia Ave

Yesterday at about 2:00 pm, a friend and I were driving westbound on Kenyon Street and as we crossed Georgia Ave, I looked up and saw two massive dogs (looked to be Rottweilers) standing on the top of a dilapidated storefront – yes standing on the roof.  The building was on Kenyon, on the north side of the street, right next to Morgan’s Seafood.  My immediate reaction was that the dogs were looking for a way down, as they were pacing near the front edge of the roof; however, my friend remarked that “maybe they were guarding something.”  Either way, it was really odd and somewhat frightening – there was no barrier to keep them from jumping/falling on the sidewalk and possibly injuring themselves or someone.  Has anyone ever written in/commented on this?  

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