Subtitled: A cautionary tale of woe in which the moral of the story is you should move every five years.
So I am busy decrapifying. This is a lot of work. Ideally decrapifying should be done on a regular (daily) basis. Things should come in and then things should go out. In the meantime, everything should be moved around and cleaned underneath, etc. Rinse and repeat.
So I have a problem.
There is a paint can that has bonded to the floor. It is not one of those little gallon cans. No, it is a giant industrial size can. And when I tried to lift it, it resisted my puny efforts. When I tried to give it a good shove, it made an ominous cracking noise and I could smell paint.
It appears the bottom of the can is rusting and there is a crack almost all the way around. Which I am sure will explode in gooey goodness all over the floor if I persist in wrestling it to freedom.
So tell me, wise internets. What would you do?