EP102: Journey to 17th Street, Dealing With Bats, and Color Muse!

Segment 1: Journey to 17th Street

We think each of our stores has something that makes them unique. Each one has something that sets them apart from other paint stores, so we’ve decided to give each of them a turn in the spotlight throughout the year. And the logical place to start is with our “factory store.” The original RepcoLite. They not only have a great store staff, but a chemical lab, a process stain matching lab, and, of course, the plant where RepcoLite paints are actually made and canned. It’s a very cool place worth checking out!

Segments 2 & 3: Dealing with Bats

According to the calendar, spring is officially here and that means bats are waking up from a winter of napping. This is the time of year companies like Rose Pest Solutions begin getting phone calls regarding bats in homes and businesses.

Because of this, we’re sitting down with Rose Pest Solutions’ District Manager, David Popp, and Regional Technical Manager, Dale Hodgson, who is a Certified Wildlife Control Professional. Dale is one of only 25 people in the entire country to have this credential! We are thrilled that he drove all the way from Ohio to come and tell us everything we need to know about bats.

Segment 4: Get Yourself a Color Muse

Sometimes we get excited about technology. And this is one of those times. We found one of the coolest gadgets for anyone choosing a paint color. Color Muse is a tiny version of the color matching computers we have in our stores. The best part is, it’s inexpensive and fits in your pocket or purse. And for only $60, how can you go wrong?

Listen here:

EP104: Decorating a Nursery With A Blogger and Ride2Decide With Service Professor
EP101: Wet Basements, Roller Covers, and Coolest Tool Belt System


  1. Hi, In one of your last pod casts, I believe someone talked about removing superglue from flooring. Can you tell me what that product was that they used? Or the episode that it is in…

    • Hi Jeannine, I can’t find a reference to cleaning up superglue in our notes. I’ll keep looking, but in the meantime, what surface is it on? Hardwood? Vinyl? Carpet? That would help us make a recommendation. Thanks!

Comments are closed.