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    Picture

    I took a picture and the camera gagged and threw up.
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    you lead me to where no one should go...

    ... your suggestions worked great. I scored the grout and tapped a few times. What you didn't do for me was prepare me properly for what would be down there!!! I had to have my husband finish the...
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    I'll try your suggestions...

    ... and let you know how it goes. Thanks.
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    re-grout?

    If I got the drain screen out neatly, should I regrout? or is the mechanism leak free and the grout is for looks? thanks, jgv/pandora
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    Grouted in shower drain clogged up

    My shower is not draining fast enough lately. I suspect the issue is a large wad of my daughters long hair down in the drain. You may be able to see from the picture that the drainscreen is grouted...
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    negotiating with the tile guy

    How would a novice (me) convince the tile guy that a couple tiles pulling away and some grout flaking would require a tear out? I am assuming that because of the amount of work required and the...
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    John Bridge

    http://johnbridge.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=27192

    I made my way over to John Bridge at the above link. Also posted pix. My hubby and I have been trying to learn--seems like the premixed...
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    Not actually "groutless"

    It's not actually groutless. I used a poor choice of words to try to explain that the grout lines are very small. Until I had this problem, I thought the less grout, the better--less room for water...
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    Tile guy

    The tile guy said he thought it was "grout release" and put some caulk over it.

    My husband is getting involved now and seems to have a better understanding (as you suggest) that it isn't my/our...
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    Lower tiles in shower popping

    Hello Helpful People,

    I have recently had a low level bathroom remodel done (plumbing all stayed in the same place, really more of a redecorating). I am still suprised (I posted before) about how...
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    thanks guys

    I chose the more expensive, more professional plumber who rec mortar.

    I won't waste the server describing what a pain this portion of the project has been--I appreciate your help!

    jgv
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    Installing Shower Base

    I am choosing a pro plumber to install a Jacuzzi shower base in a 2nd floor remodel.

    Should I ask him to add a bag of mortar underneath the pan for extra stability?

    The spec's say if your floor...
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