I'm sure your husband will come around eventually. my wife didn't even celebrate Halloween when i met her but look at her transformation.i would love to use my side/backyard as a walkthrough….hubby - not so much. lol. Although last year he was shaking his head at what I had done to the front of the house but after a successful evening with so many ToTs coming past with their families, he announced that this year we would have a barbie at the front and invite friends over for drinks so i might be able to get him to come around to a big walkthrough eventually. Hehe.
Haha I'm hoping he will. He has agreed to wear a butchers apron so it's a start. lol.I'm sure your husband will come around eventually. my wife didn't even celebrate Halloween when i met her but look at her transformation.
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The left is her posing for me when we first met, the right is 2 years later. See the transformation. Now she lets me tare apart the front and back yard. Don't worry girl you'll get him LOL.
I just mentioned this on a post about refurbishing latex props, but it seems worth mentioning here since you have such powerful UV levels. I use a UV protectant on latex and plastic props (good for rubber, vinyl, etc.) It's the kind of stuff they market for use on fiberglass boats, surfboards, snorkel and dive equipment, camping gear, etc. It screens UV rays, and helps replace plasticizers, making stuff slower to dry out and crack. I think it would be worth checking out to prolong the life of your props-- even if you don't have them out for an entire month.I have started decorating, but with this hot sunny weather I don't want to put out my skeletons and large props as I don't want the sun to fade or perish them...