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2-Light Polished Brass Flushmount $8 @home depot

phoenixgck 68 41 August 15, 2015 at 01:00 AM in Home & Home Improvement More Home Depot Deals
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home depot deal of the day.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Bel-Ai.../205447790

Was $45.60
now $8.00
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Anyone else having problems ordering?
CC would not accept
Paypal says I paid, Home Depot says I have no order
No idea
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its like I'm back in the 90's all over again.
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In for one $8 shipped no tax. Thanks OP.
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Quote from sHockz_atx View Post :
its like I'm back in the 90's all over again.
Yep, just replaced all of the polished brass in our house with satin nickel. Couldn't find anyone that we could GIVE the old fixtures to FOR FREE, so we threw them all away.

Unless the pricing has changed a lot, builder-grade fixtures like this were about $8-10 in polished brass and about $12-15 in satin nickel. Pay the difference and get something that actually looks good.
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The original $45.60 seems rather steep considering it polished brass finish not solid brass, doesn't even include bulbs, and the white version is $20.71 [homedepot.com].

Quote from dcline414 View Post :
Yep, just replaced all of the polished brass in our house with satin nickel. Couldn't find anyone that we could GIVE the old fixtures to FOR FREE, so we threw them all away.

Unless the pricing has changed a lot, builder-grade fixtures like this were about $8-10 in polished brass and about $12-15 in satin nickel. Pay the difference and get something that actually looks good.
Depending your old fixtures and room, I'd had changed them with textured spray paint, antique brass them with ammonia vapor, steel wool/ rotatory tool off or do designs into the polish brash finish, etc.
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Quote from dcline414 View Post :
Yep, just replaced all of the polished brass in our house with satin nickel. Couldn't find anyone that we could GIVE the old fixtures to FOR FREE, so we threw them all away.

Unless the pricing has changed a lot, builder-grade fixtures like this were about $8-10 in polished brass and about $12-15 in satin nickel. Pay the difference and get something that actually looks good.

Is it ok if I use this in a closet of a rental income home?
I don't want to spoil my tenants by giving them satin nickel then they might expect me to replace the formica counter tops with marbleLMAO

The difference between the brass and satin nickel is color both are cheap crappy fixtures enjoy yours

These are perfect for closets get over yourself
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