(NEXTAR) – Penny for your thoughts on this woman’s rest room renovation?

A woman on social media has gone viral right after “tiling” her toilet ground with pennies, but at the very least one eagle-eyed viewer has specified her rationale to question the Do it yourself position.

About the past yr, Jordan Darian has been documenting the renovation of her and her husband’s LA-region residence on TikTok, sharing videos of the upgrades they designed to the exterior, inside, and even the reupholstery of some of her chairs. But it was her strategy for the lavatory floor that attained just one of her recent movies more than 22 million sights.

“$77 bucks that no a single can ever commit again,” she joked in the caption of her June 1 write-up, referring to the United States forex she at first set up in her flooring last yr.

The online video itself also showed section of Darian’s course of action, which initially concerned gluing the pennies in excess of an existing flooring and then sealing it with an epoxy resin. In the feedback segment, she claimed the full floor value her close to $400 ($77 in pennies and all around $300 for the resin).

A person of the viewers, nonetheless, appeared to detect that she employed at least just one Lincoln cent (aka “wheat penny”) which, depending on its composition and yr, could be extremely useful. Darian responded by confirming that she experienced in fact utilized many this sort of pennies in her floor.

In any situation, Darian did not seem concerned — nor did she look worried when one more consumer recommended she may possibly have committed a felony by utilizing U.S. forex as building content. (The Treasury Division only supplies prison penalties for those who “fraudulently” change or deface coins, but there are “no sanctions” for those with no fraudulent intent.)

Darian later shared a additional specific tutorial for these who desired to check out the Diy flooring for on their own, along with the actual supplies she used to secure the pennies to the flooring. In an on-monitor message, she also responded to viewers who assumed her new lavatory ought to smell like outdated pennies, placing these rumors to relaxation.

“The lavatory smells delightful since the pennies are sealed with resin,” she wrote.