DIY Laundry Room Makeover with Zircon’s SuperScan K1

Nov 2, 2020
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So excited to be a part of the Zircon family. They’ve given me a special code for you to use! If you purchase any of the SuperScan K Series wall scanners at full retail, you will receive a FREE Leak Alert water detector. Offer is valid till 12/31/2020. Use my codes: RACHEL-K1, RACHEL-K2, RACHEL-K3, or RACHEL-K4 during checkout at bit.ly/3kyFZhY | AD
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0:00 Introducing My Zircon Family
1:13 The Before
1:42 Painting the Cabinets
5:19 Part One of Floating Shelf
6:57 Learn More About Zircon's SuperScan K1
12:08 Part Two of Floating Shelf
14:50 DIY Folding Station
16:25 Updating the Sink
17:40 Adding a Faux Backsplash
18:09 DIY'ed Details
20:35 The After
D E E T S + L I N K S
...affiliate unless stated otherwise.
Marble contact paper: amzn.to/3kTJcsJ
Amber glass jar - JoAnn
Faux plant Target (couldn't find link, purchased three years ago)
Black circle knobs: amzn.to/3kPUNcg
Amber jug: amzn.to/3mL3Zz9
Amber glass bottle with cap: amzn.to/2HYJK2b
Boxes above cabinets are from Home Goods (no link)
Paint brush booster holder thing that is actually really a pencil holder from Home Goods (no link)
White hangers: amzn.to/3oNfSGF
Dirty/Clean sign from Target (not affiliate): www.target.com/p/39-clean-dirty-39-reversible-sign-white-black-hearth-38-hand-8482-with-magnolia/-/A-76543543#lnk=sametab
Wash/dryer Holly owned previously
Drywall anchors: homedepot.sjv.io/34XnX
TSP: homedepot.sjv.io/yzYEW
Liquid Sandpaper: homedepot.sjv.io/dM37q
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Comments
  • Series idea when miss rona is over: Rachel traveling to different female subscribers across the world to help them finish a project that they were too scared to tackle! But making them do most of the work so that they actually learn!! I would love that so much. Anyone else?

    ThatsOckwrdThatsOckwrd3 months ago
    • Wonderful idea! Rachel please come through! We can learn how to DIY new window hole openings in my house together. Girl, it's so dark I feel like a vampire and not in a hot and sexy way!

      Ange JAnge JMonth ago
    • That would be AWESOME!!

      Rachel BartonRachel BartonMonth ago
    • In Modern Living Rooms Everyone Using "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here: livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/

      Laura BrownLaura Brown2 months ago
    • Absolutely love this idea!

      Carol WaltersCarol Walters3 months ago
    • @Living to DIY with Rachel Metz oooooo I can't wait to find out 😊😊🤗

      ThatsOckwrdThatsOckwrd3 months ago
  • Yes, finally a video on how to do a garage laundry area. I need this so much. Thanks for the tips and tricks.

    Yolanda MoniqueYolanda Monique15 days ago
    • That makes me happy! Thanks for watching xx.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz14 days ago
  • Love it and very informative!! I think the marble wallpaper would be great also to cover the top surface to make it smoother for folding clothes :-)

    Just BecauseJust Because19 days ago
  • You could get some led strip lights, or "tape" LEDs from Amazon pretty cheap to replace the florescent lights

    Sam I AmSam I Am26 days ago
  • Gorgeous!

    Jeanne MurrayJeanne Murray27 days ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz27 days ago
  • I didn’t like your videos but after binge watching 25 videos I love you! You are amazing!

    JQ SilJQ SilMonth ago
  • Do you have a new code?:(

    Christy SanchezChristy SanchezMonth ago
    • Hi Christy. She currently has active codes for the K3 (RACH-K3) and K4 (RACH-K4) expiring 1/31/2021. Cheers!

      ZirconTVZirconTVMonth ago
  • you are such an inspiration! love it.

    Sarah DeWittSarah DeWittMonth ago
  • In Modern Living Rooms Everyone Using "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here: livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/

    Laura BrownLaura Brown2 months ago
  • 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

    Angela BryantAngela Bryant2 months ago
  • Her: "That what I do when I'm stressed" Me: vacuuming and thinking about making turnovers at 8pm "preach!"😄😅

    Deja SmithDeja Smith2 months ago
  • I love the black cabinets for a laundry room. It looks sooo good

    Keri McCallKeri McCall3 months ago
  • Rach!!! This is beautiful!! And it's in the garage - you would never know anymore! Ah, you are so good 🙌🏽

    IngridlosneslokkenIngridlosneslokken3 months ago
    • Thank you so much!!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Thank you so much for pointing out the importance of finding a stud. My father and I went back and forth about hanging up shelves..... he was right 🤎🤎

    Melissa SmithMelissa Smith3 months ago
  • I learnt a lot from this! Especially the wall studs

    Annesha AdamsAnnesha Adams3 months ago
    • Yay!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Tip for cleaning out that laundry tub I learned from my former fil. Fill with hottest water. Pour in a whole bottle of Mr. Clean. Let sit for a day or two. Unplug. All the years of schmutz & stain down the drain! Sparkling & spotless. & a little story re studfinders. I've ALWAYS used a stud/pipe/electrical finder but my fiance learned the hard way after drilling from a bedroom wall STRAIGHT into the middle of the shower water pipe from the bathroom on the other side of the wall. 🌊👀😵😅

    Tarbh NathracTarbh Nathrac3 months ago
  • wonderful as alweys

    ALHANOOF AALHANOOF A3 months ago
  • Can u do my house when I move out lol

    Rae CassAtRae CassAt3 months ago
  • Grab a super strong magnet, so you don't try to drill into a dry wall screw! I'm clumsy, this happens to me often. 😣 😂😂😂

    DigitalhunnyDigitalhunny3 months ago
  • Sold. Yes, I just paused your video to order this stud finder. I cannot tell you how many times I've had to trace where the pipes are running through my house so I don't accidentally drill through something. Back to the makeover so I can be inspired for my laundry room :D

    Samantha EbreoSamantha Ebreo3 months ago
    • It's the best!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Cool does the zircon work over plaster? Or Lath and plaster for older homes?

    DupreeDotComDupreeDotCom3 months ago
    • Hi DupreeDotCom. Zircon stud finders with Metal Scan mode can help detect the nail heads attaching the wood lath to the studs if they are not covered with metal mesh. Hope that helps. If you have any other questions, we're here to help. Our customer service team is available toll-free at 1-800-245-9265 during normal business hours Mon - Fri, 8AM-5PM PST and via email at techsupport@zircon.com. Thanks and have a great day!

      ZirconTVZirconTVMonth ago
    • I'm going more into depth come the next video with them!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • You should try SeaPaint for painting cabinets, or anything else. I painted my kitchen cabinets and only needed to clean them for prep. I painted them a rich, dark color and never had fingerprints from handling after. The paint dries so quick so you can get done with projects quicker and not lose interest (that's always my issue!).

    Carol WaltersCarol Walters3 months ago
  • Watching your videos gave me the courage to construct a cabinet for the first time. lol. :). And I made it!

    BgieBgie3 months ago
  • FABULAS AS ALL WAYS......

    Olga OrtizOlga Ortiz3 months ago
  • Just saying that the shape, colour and the name of that Zircon thing is like a retro blast from the past. It doesn't seem like the latest technology at all!

    Donna HumphriesDonna Humphries3 months ago
  • Love the paint on your face, working hard!

    Donna HumphriesDonna Humphries3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I love this. I think I would have stained some of the wood for my personal preference, but i still think it looks beautiful!

    Brenn BBrenn B3 months ago
    • @Living to DIY with Rachel Metz you’re welcome! You are very talented!

      Brenn BBrenn B3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Anyone else check the description for the boxes above the cabinets and get disappointed?!😭😭 this came out so gorgeous though 😍

    TexasbabyTexasbaby3 months ago
  • You're a DOLL for putting the chapters lol. Thank you. I love when USworldsrs do that !!!!

    RR3 months ago
    • Glad you liked them!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I can't wait to tackle my laundry room! Amazing job girlfriend!!!

    Patty AguirrePatty Aguirre3 months ago
    • Yay!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Painting the shelves without emptying them is such a mood! I would do the exact same thing 😂

    Marissa LindseyMarissa Lindsey3 months ago
  • Great inspiration for my laundry room. Home depot has shIny copper contact paper roll, going to incorporate that as well in my project!

    Laura DotsonLaura Dotson3 months ago
  • I'm tempted to do a fake backsplash in my apartment's kitchen, but it needs to be renter friendly and easily removable. 😬 I have no idea how to copy this style of backsplash.

    shatterspeedshatterspeed3 months ago
  • A fan here from Philippines 🇵🇭, I always watch all your videos and even though im a full time mom I'm learning in each video.

    janely pardojanely pardo3 months ago
    • Yay!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • That looks amazing!!!!!

    Cori NagyCori Nagy3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • what is the name of that pocket hole jig??

    alex altmanalex altman3 months ago
  • Okay I love all your videos but this one is fucking dope!

    bree villarruelbree villarruel3 months ago
  • Just had a random question is the home you are working on grounded as in the electrical? If not do you know any solutions. Thank you so much and keep up the great work!!!!!!!!!!

    Helen KifluHelen Kiflu3 months ago
  • That stud finder is magic! I love this transformation! I’m planning on tackling my kitchen cabinets in the coming months and watching you use the liquid sandpaper is really what made me decide to take on the project myself 😁

    Happy Home MamaHappy Home Mama3 months ago
  • this laundry room is so cute

    Elizabeth RiveraElizabeth Rivera3 months ago
  • A great improvement! Thanks for sharing (AGAIN!)

    A BioPhysics MinistriesA BioPhysics Ministries3 months ago
  • Love how there is a great tool now to help find studs! Here in the UK most houses of a certain age all walls are brick so we can hang anything wherever we like (as long as you have a powerful drill!) although a lot of new build property's here now are being built with brick outer skins but all internal walls are studs Great video as always, you're really thriving! 😁

    Lola Stacey-JonesLola Stacey-Jones3 months ago
  • Stunning!!!

    SagesseSagesse3 months ago
  • Pretty obviously a meth addict.

    QuasiELVISQuasiELVIS3 months ago
  • it looks so wonderful, so lucky to have a canvas to exercise your creativity on. For the back wall, instead of the contact paper, have you thought of using the sticky tile version (fake tiles not sure what to call them haha) and cover the whole back including the area between the sink and the storage? It will make them all come together and that wood shelf can remain the same. That way, the whole thing will come together.

    Jemma JJemma J3 months ago
  • @02:23 are you painting with all the stuff in place 😆😆 i love me some bravery and agility !!!

    Jemma JJemma J3 months ago
  • That looks beautiful always doing a good job girl

    angela ortizangela ortiz3 months ago
  • Purchased one and used the code and got the water leak alert!

    Nestle T.Nestle T.3 months ago
  • Does the zircon detect those metal plates that protect studs in areas that electrical wires are?

    kristina andersonkristina anderson3 months ago
    • Hi Kristina. For the SuperScan K1, in Target Control (TC) mode, it will cancel the signal so that you don't inadvertently try to drill into it. Normal StudScan mode will give you an indication but you will not know whether the object detected is wood or metal. Models SuperScan K2 and higher, you'll actually see a Metal icon (MetalliWarning indicator) as you scan over the metal protector plate. Thanks for the great question and hope that helps.

      ZirconTVZirconTV3 months ago
  • WE LOVE HER !!

    الكوثرالكوثر3 months ago
  • hi Rachel! love your show! i just tried to apply your RACHEL K-1 coupon code to purchase the Superscan and it was considered invalid! any suggestions? thank you in advance!

    Brenda MidderBrenda Midder3 months ago
    • Hi Brenda. If you're purchasing the K1, the code is RACHEL-K1. Let us know if that works. Thanks!

      ZirconTVZirconTV3 months ago
  • With the stud finder, what happens if you calibrate it ON a stud? I've got a different stud finder and it makes me so scared when a section of the wall beeps at me but then the next time I go over the same section it doesn't. I'm in the UK in an apartment so I don't know if the 'stud every 16 inches' thing is accurate here.

    chloe_chloe_3 months ago
    • @ZirconTV thanks for your comments, that's a shame about it only being in the US for now though, it looks very good!

      chloe_chloe_3 months ago
    • Hi Chloe. Sorry, forgot to note that the SuperScan series is currently only available in the U.S. Please subscribe to our mailing list at www.zircon.com to receive the latest updates. Thanks.

      ZirconTVZirconTV3 months ago
    • Hi Chloe. If you calibrate it over a stud and move away, you'll receive two arrow indicators as an indication. When you scan back in that direction, the tool should automatically recalibrate and find that stud. This is called Auto Correcting Technology.

      ZirconTVZirconTV3 months ago
  • About painting cabinets, can you skip stripping and use valspar stain blocking bonding primer/sealer? Or do you need to strip then use the binding sealer? I was told for laminate furniture it was fine but I plan on painting kitchen/bathroom cabinets and want to make sure I have everything before I start. Also which caulk do you recommend ?

    Jane DoeJane Doe3 months ago
  • Can you list your facial care routine items

    Jane DoeJane Doe3 months ago
  • Thank you so much for pointing out the importance of finding a stud. My father and I went back and forth about hanging up shelves..... he was right 🤎🤎

    Not KieraNot Kiera3 months ago
    • Yay!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I love the copper and the black. So pretty. Another fab job girl!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Denise SDenise S3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I love the black cabinets! I am using black stick-on vinyl to turn my kitchen black - the vinyl is wipeable. I also love the "marble" splashback, the copper accents (do the hinges copper), and the wood. I'd stain and varnish the wood so it doesn't get dirty.

    Annalisa KiteAnnalisa Kite3 months ago
    • Love it.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I like the final result..wouldn’t change anything

    Nina SNina S3 months ago
    • You're sweet XX.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • This was an awesome sponsorship and I honestly will be buying this stud finder! We close on our first house soon, so this will be perfect for all our diys!

    Motherhood in The MakingMotherhood in The Making3 months ago
    • Congratulations!

      ZirconTVZirconTV3 months ago
    • I love it! Thank you for your support!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Love it all, Earth-Friendly idea: line dry your clothes after the wash, and throw them in the dryer with a damp towel for ten minutes and it'll be like you dried them completely in the dryer. We purchased the rotating clothesline which we absolutely love and even bring it inside by weighing it down in a base.

    GG3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Agghhhh I wish I had the money to decorate my room 😭😭😭 I have a great idea on how I want my room

    Jaden AguilarJaden Aguilar3 months ago
    • @Living to DIY with Rachel Metz thank you!! But I have social anxiety and it’s hard for me to get a job, so it’s gonna make it 10x harder 😔😔

      Jaden AguilarJaden Aguilar3 months ago
    • Start wherever you can.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Your teeth look SO GOOD!! They’ve always been beautiful, but damn!!

    Jackie FullerJackie Fuller3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I'm going home soon after 7 months with my Mom. I bought all the stuff for my new laundry room shelves but then Covid happened and I bailed to make sure my Mom was safe. This is one of the first things I'll do when I get home. Thanks Rachel!!

    Nikki KNikki K3 months ago
    • 🖤

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • was it just me or was there like 10 ads for this video?? i thought if the video was sponsored there would be less ads...

    YessyRaptorYessyRaptor3 months ago
    • I don't manually put them in like some USworldsrs. I have it on automatic ads so it's whatever youtube wants 🙃

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • It looks 100% better. Do you know if the SuperScan K1 finds pipes and electrical stuff behind concrete too?

    Niva80Niva803 months ago
    • Hi Niva80. Great question. The SuperScan K1 isn't the most ideal tool to find pipes and electrical behind concrete. Works great on drywall though. :)

      ZirconTVZirconTV3 months ago
    • I need to ask!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • You are so pretty... 😭😍

    Tisha BakkerTisha Bakker3 months ago
  • Well, since you asked... I would build a Plinth to put the Washer and Dryer on, to raise them up... a) because they're both front-loaders and it would make it much easier to load and unload... b) you could hide the plumbing and still have a folding station on top if you didn't want to have that little back shelf... c) if you built it right the plinth could have deep drawers in it for storing things that are seasonal like garden hoses and lawn sprinklers etc. You know, stuff you don't want out in winter because it's just unsightly, bulky and in the way... However, said stuff is still needed if you don't want to cart myriad buckets of water out to water plants and lawns etc. Speaking of nasty grotty tops of cabinets, my mum taught me to make sure the top is Seriously Clean, then line the whole thing with waxed paper. That way, when it comes time to clean it up again, it's sooo much easier to remove the paper, clean the cabinet top and then put new paper down. As a renter I have found it invaluable for move-out cleans and while most of my family has their own houses, they still do it because it makes Deep Cleanings so very much easier. By the way I truly love your channel, you are a strong take charge kind of woman, who is not afraid to step out and get her feet wet in something unknown. That kind of inspiration is absolutely priceless, especially because you show everything within reasonable boundaries, warts and all.

    JoAnne HickeyJoAnne Hickey3 months ago
  • Well, since you asked... I would build a Plinth to put the Washer and Dryer on, to raise them up... a) because they're both front-loaders and it would make it much easier to load and unload... b) you could hide the plumbing and still have a folding station on top. c) if you built it right the plinth could have drawers in it for storing things that are seasonal like garden hoses etc. You know, stuff you don't want out in winter because it's just unsightly, bulky and in the way... However, said stuff is still needed if you don't want to cart myriad buckets of water out to water plants and lawns etc. Speaking of nasty grotty tops of cabinets, my mum taught me to make sure the top is Seriously Clean, then line the whole thing with waxed paper. That way, when it comes time to clean it up again, it's sooo much easier to remove the paper, clean the cabinet top and then put new paper down. As a renter I have found it invaluable for move-out cleans and while most of my family has their own houses, they still do it because it makes Deep Cleanings so very much easier. By the way I truly love your channel, you are a strong take charge kind of woman, who is not afraid to step out and get her feet wet in something unknown. That kind of inspiration is absolutely priceless, especially because you show everything within reasonable boundaries, warts and all.

    JoAnne HickeyJoAnne Hickey3 months ago
  • I pity Americans for having to deal with studs when drilling holes in their walls... it's just so much easier in Germany, I never have to worry about proper hole placement.

    Bernadette DiemerBernadette Diemer3 months ago
  • They don’t ship to the UK 😩😩😩

    joe1eenjoe1een3 months ago
    • Hi Joe1een. We're so sorry! Yes, currently, the SuperScan series is only available in the U.S. Please subscribe to our mailing list at www.zircon.com to receive the latest updates. Thanks and have a great day.

      ZirconTVZirconTV3 months ago
  • I have a laundry room between garage and kitchen. Above the w/d is a shelf and a window. Any suggestions?

    Maria Millard PetroneMaria Millard Petrone3 months ago
    • I would have to see it.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Girl, that is a masterpiece for a garage laundry room, now you need to give similar makeover for garage as well🤪

    itslinslifeitslinslife3 months ago
    • For sure!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Usually I would love a marble touch but in this case it's not my favorite. Everything else looks fantastic 👌🏻

    nicollkendraanicollkendraa3 months ago
    • Fair enough!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Rachel Metz I love your videos!!! But why you half assing it? “I still need to paint this wall” “I still need to fix this”

    Ela GalangEla Galang3 months ago
    • @Living to DIY with Rachel Metz Yikes, No need to get snappy! My comment was mostly a teasing joke with a hint of honesty. And you're the one who chose to reply to my comment. But I do love your videos- keep up the good work!

      Ela GalangEla Galang3 months ago
    • This was filmed months ago right when I was moving my life of 7 years and going through my break up. I hope you execute everything perfectly when you're going through a huge heartbreaking life chapter but I wasn't able to do so. To go into further detail, this had to be submitted months ago and I wasn't able to add the final touches due to it being in the process of being approved. Thanks for taking the time to call this out and have me explain something I shouldn't have to!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Wow, what a great selling feature 👍🏼

    Kathryn PKathryn P3 months ago
  • So cute!! Those floating shelves are yet another reason I definitely need a kreg jig!

    MickeyGreenEyes213MickeyGreenEyes2133 months ago
    • Right?!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Love, love, LOVE this!!!

    Debbie I DIDebbie I DI3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • CRUSHED it!!! 🖤

    trick351trick3513 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Do you have any info as to how Zircon handles with plaster walls? By the way, loved the video! Looks amazing!

    Holly THolly T3 months ago
    • Hi Holly. Zircon stud finders with Metal Scan mode can detect the nail heads attaching the wood lath to the studs. However, a dedicated metal finder, like the Zircon MetalliScanner m40, is the most ideal for findings studs in lath and plaster construction (without metal mesh). Hope this helps.

      ZirconTVZirconTV3 months ago
    • I need to do my research!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Love how this turned out!! I really want to chic up my tiny little laundry area in my apt! This is so inspiring! Love you Rachel! ❤️ you make me feel empowered!

    Julia Beth LarsonJulia Beth Larson3 months ago
    • Thanks for watching!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Can i plz ask u something, i am trying to repaint my kitchen cabinets but they are MDF and I don’t know how to prepare them and what paint type do i use and last what do i use on top of the paint to protect the paint as the kitchen is where we all stay most of the day (very high traffic) i clean it twice a day 😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇 thank u

    Nada MoussaNada Moussa3 months ago
    • I don't have a video on that because I haven't done it. I would turn to this lovely USworlds community here and search that in the search bar!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • You won't have an issue with cabinets looking dirty and having fingerprints on them if you use a semigloss enamel paint. I know the matte look is popular but it is not practical outside of a picture or video..

    Erin OkrakelErin Okrakel3 months ago
    • What Holly wants, Holly gets (home owner's rules) but thank you for that feedback! I do agree xx.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I don't think I would want to move after all these personalized details, but if she does move you have increased the value of this house by 1000%!

    SkyeSkye3 months ago
    • Appreciate that xx.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • Chh

    Qon xi HiebQon xi Hieb3 months ago
  • i think the shelf between the top cabinets should be black to look cohesive and blend in but i love it

    fatimafatima3 months ago
    • I wanted to do that but love the natural wood - be sure to do that in your house!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I love this you are amazing!!!!

    Arianna HornbyArianna Hornby3 months ago
    • Thank you!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • ....did I miss something? Rachel, you know that half the electric socket in the wall is covered up by your shelf-thingy? Maybe I missed an explanation somewhere.

    kcandedkcanded3 months ago
    • haha you guys are cute! I looks like it is from the way I shot it but I have full access and use both plugs daily.

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • She looks like Eva Mendes...

    S HS H3 months ago
    • Thank you?

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • i binge watch videos like this everyday, but none of them are as satisfying as yours, you are so incredible and I am so happy to see that nothing stopped you from doing what you love!

    Maria UrangaMaria Uranga3 months ago
    • Thank you so much!!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • i'm gonna move soon, so these videos are really inspiring :)

    Misa OkamiMisa Okami3 months ago
    • You got this!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • This video was amazing! And suuuuper helpful with the stud finding! Honestly lovinggggg for these videos! Can you also do one explaining how to drill into a concrete/load bearing wall! (And if you even should)

    douvelettedouvelette3 months ago
    • @Living to DIY with Rachel Metz ahhh thats fine! Still so excited for more videos and tutorials from you! 💕☺️

      douvelettedouvelette3 months ago
    • I don't have a concrete wall so I wouldn't be able to do so!

      Living to DIY with Rachel MetzLiving to DIY with Rachel Metz3 months ago
  • I needed this in my life. Rachel can add mind reader to her resume. How did you know that not only am I tackling my laundry room next week (after I complete this week’s kitchen makeover), and that I was slowly beginning to hate all stud finders due to their deceitful nature? Thanks! You are truly a Queen! 👑

    TheLeftLane IsTheFastLaneTheLeftLane IsTheFastLane3 months ago
    • Ah thank you!

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  • Woah, what can we call organizing when we are stressed? I call it binge cleaning and prefer to binge clean when no one is awake 😝

    CBW0314CBW03143 months ago
    • Haha

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  • Love the way it looks. So much more inviting and makes doing the laundry more appealing. My only criticism is that even though you said you made it easy to get to the faucets and pipes, it actually would take some doing. There are times (not that infrequent) when you need to turn off the water going to the washing machine and it would be a hassle to do it with this setup - also something you couldn’t do quickly if there was need to switch off the water right away.

    mtzjotzmtzjotz3 months ago
    • Thanks for the feedback!

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  • I’VE LITERALLY BEEN LOOKING FOR A GOOD STUD FINDER NOW THAT WE’RE DOING A HOUSE MAKEOVER!!! IT’S LIKE YOU KNOW

    Delaney BDelaney B3 months ago
    • YAY!

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  • Another video! I feel like I'm being spoiled ❤️ love from Cape Town 🇿🇦

    Amy BiggsAmy Biggs3 months ago
    • Yay! Thank you!

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  • OMG sold! Just got jerked around by my old finder...now OCD patching the false positive holes...

    Yao LuYao Lu3 months ago
    • @Living to DIY with Rachel Metz Literally finished payment before the video ended :D

      Yao LuYao Lu3 months ago
    • You have to get one of these!

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  • your videos are single handedly keeping me calm before election day

    Olivia TzengOlivia Tzeng3 months ago
    • Wow thanks Olivia.

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  • I do enjoy all the videos, but, I hope you are taking time for yourself. I know I overwork myself when Im dealing with difficult things x

    Paige RobertsonPaige Robertson3 months ago
    • Thanks Paige!

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  • i would have a larger drying place for things that can't go in the dryer

    S MS M3 months ago
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