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    Hah. You've just made me fell better about my bathroom reno. I think I'll get back to work now. Good luck, although you sound a lot more experienced than I am. I'll check back for your completed photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveyent View Post
    Hah. You've just made me fell better about my bathroom reno. I think I'll get back to work now. Good luck, although you sound a lot more experienced than I am. I'll check back for your completed photos
    Sorry, didn't scroll down to the bottom of the posting before adding comment. Nice job

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    Default A few thoughts on the project:

    With all the continual hits to this "1924" thread I suppose
    I should add a few notes before I slip into forgetfulness.

    I LOVE Sharkbite fittings. So versatile, easy and in some situations
    cost effective compared to traditional ways. Embrace technology.
    Remember copper solder was way futuristic in the beginning.I trust
    it 100%.

    I LOVE Easyboard. Light, great for shimming, screeding, incredible
    versatility , I can't say enough good things about this product.
    CBU Will die a slow death as this product becomes extruded from
    recycled product. I've seen the future and it is here, now.

    I LOVE Fernco couplings. They think of all the angles. Wrap your
    mind around their endless possibilities.

    I LOVE other Blogs such as Brownstoner.com and a few others I've misplaced. When the going gets tough, refer to others
    struggles. Misery loves company.

    I LOVE dumpsters due to the multitude of construction in my city.
    Waste is a horrible thing. Salvage is a blessing.

    Least of all I wish to thank Terry for this site and all others for
    their contributions which sustained me during this solo expedition.


    Thanks all, Hal

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    Wow, nice job! I'm working on a very similar project and I hope it turns out as nice.

    Mine's a 4' x 8' bathroom in a Victorian-era house, which we are renovating and restoring so it fits the style of the rest of the house. Like you, I am going with the small black and white hex tiles for the floor, and white subway tiles for the walls. But our bathroom will only have a shower stall (34" x 48"). The toilet and sink are positioned the same as yours.

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    Default So embarrassed.

    I just went back and re-read my last post.

    I most certainly did not mean to say "least of all" when thanking
    Terry and Jim. I meant to say MOST of all. Sorry for that oversight. -Hal

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