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    My biggest regret for our newly renovated...

    My biggest regret for our newly renovated bathroom was not getting a super quiet fan. I hate the rocket launcher being in there with me when I shower. Although I guess it's a good thing for guests...
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    removing the goo

    How do you remove the waxy sticky greasy goop (I'm assuming it was part of the wax ring on the bottom of my toilet) from carpet? During the demolition of our bathroom "someone" rested the toilet on...
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    The seat does slope sharply. Become one with the...

    The seat does slope sharply. Become one with the seat...you are the icecream on the icecream cone. Don't perch. Nestle in.:D
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    Thank you for all your replies and links. Lots...

    Thank you for all your replies and links. Lots of good information for me to ponder - especially the last link that refers to staining and how if anything, including drywall dust hits the floor, the...
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    Hey HoneySuckle, Don't give up on the vessel...

    Hey HoneySuckle,

    Don't give up on the vessel sink yet. Let's clarify - are you talking about an above the counter sink, pictured in your first link or a "normal" sink (sunk into the vanity) as...
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    Hey Janice. We had some pictures of the look we...

    Hey Janice.
    We had some pictures of the look we were going for, but our "Remodeler" (general contractor) designed and made the vanity/countertop and chose a sink that would fit the scale of the...
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    The countertop is just over 28" from the floor...

    The countertop is just over 28" from the floor and the top of the lav rim is at 31 1/2".
    Why are lav rims at 32"?

    Janice,

    I'm not sure my experience with this kind of sink is going to help...
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    HoneySuckle, We just had an elongated toto...

    HoneySuckle,

    We just had an elongated toto supreme installed. It's low-flow and low profile and one piece. It flushes everything out with one flush including the wads of toilet paper my 6 year...
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    That's a beautiful bathroom. Nice colour...

    That's a beautiful bathroom. Nice colour choices. Congrats.

    Don't you love your warm tile floor?

    I like the ceiling fixture by the washer/dryer. What's the brand name and where did you...
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    Thanks, Cookie, for the info on Freecycle. Turns...

    Thanks, Cookie, for the info on Freecycle. Turns out it's happening in my town too. My family can definitely donate tonnes of stuff that we have been hoarding over many years. Time to clean out...
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    think twice.

    Sigh...

    Flushing teflon down the drain just doesn't seem right. The chemicals end up in the ocean (specifically PFOA) - in the fish - and wow - you get the teflon that you purchased right back...
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    Thank you for your responses. breplum, you are...

    Thank you for your responses. breplum, you are wise in replacing parts with ones that work better. Wish my plumber had such foresight. It is a fancy stall; not sure what UPC is but it meets the...
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    Was that metal ring around the sink really called...

    Was that metal ring around the sink really called a "beauty ring"? That's pretty funny as it was hideous by the time the demolition came along - "rusty dirt catcher" was more like it. I didn't...
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    carbon particles

    Hey there. The brita uses activated carbon to "cleanse" the water. Sometimes you get little specks of carbon from the filter in the top part of the pitcher. (If it's a faulty filter you may get...
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    mini moat around shower drain

    Is this drain installed correctly? Should there really be a pool of water that doesn't go down the drain after each shower? And isn't gunk going to get caught there rather than being washed away? ...
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    before pics and low shelf

    I wish I was a handy-woman, but, alas, I do not have the skills and so I've had to hire contractors to do the whole thing. I am a patient woman, however. I did the research on the toilet and that's...
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    Show off - new bathroom

    I would like to show off our (almost) completed bathroom. It's only taken 4 and a half months...
    toto supreme toilet, maax shower stall, american standard sink, grohe eurodisk faucet and grohe...
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    Thanks for that tidbit. I may have to rethink...

    Thanks for that tidbit. I may have to rethink the polished concrete. The contractors I have working for me are not that careful either, but the general contractor is a perfectionist so I know he...
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    Anyone else used Polished Concrete

    I am having my bathroom renovated and I'm considering putting in a polished concrete floor and tub deck. I think it looks awesome from the sites I have searched but I'm not sure it's worth the...
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    alternety, I don't have a solution to your...

    alternety,
    I don't have a solution to your problem but I think I might have some similar issues regarding caulking adhering to concrete sealer. Didn't think of it before now...I'm thinking of...
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    Carpet colours...

    The "new" carpet has been installed and it looks great. Remember how they were going to put aside the roll that they had cut the large 1x12 sample from, so I knew that it would be that exact colour?...
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    carpet saga continues

    Thanks for the replies. Since my original posting the carpet store asked me to pick out some other colours from the same faded/dirty sample board that I had originally picked from so that they could...
  23. Thread: carpet issues

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    carpet issues

    We are on the brink of finishing our renovation of our tv/study room which included new drywall, sound insulation, new windows, doors, trim, paint and so forth. I picked a colour for the carpet off...
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