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  • Commodore-64-Beige-Spray-Paint
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When it comes to design, color is just as important as form and function these days. During the 80s, color wasn’t really anything thought about, which is why almost every piece of home technology was blanketed in the same the beige color that became synonymous with the era. A handful of decades later, we’ve all come to realize how important a pop of color can be. If you’re longing for the nostalgia of your misspent youth, Retro Hax has Commodore 64 Beige Spray Paint that you can use to restore just about anything to its old-school, beige glory. This spray paint was originally developed for people looking to restore vintage Commodore 64s to their Commodore 64C satin beige color scheme, but their are plenty of other applications for this incredibly nostalgic–yet intentionally dull–can of paint. Use it on your keyboard, a case for a Raspberry Pi, a computer case or anything else you want to send back in time a few decades.

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This versatile, single-person fireplace emits a cozy warmth whenever you need it to, while also being doubly useful as a safe cooking surface for small items like skewers and s’mores. Since it takes just 5 ounces of isopropyl rubbing alcohol fuel for roughly 50 minutes of burn time, you’re set for the foreseeable future with just the medicine cabinet staples. It doesn’t hurt that it also looks great.