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Old 10-12-2016, 05:56 PM   #1
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it's my sons birthday tomorrow, so I tiled his tub and showerwalls...
what a job... the tub is mounted to the face of the wall so I had to fur out all the walls with 1/4''...... the tub is 1/2'' out of level to make it drain I guess... so all the bottom is angle cut the fixture is mounted from the back side , so you have to work in the little 10'' closet to get it out

but he'll be happy.... happy birthday son
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it's my sons birthday tomorrow, so I tiled his tub and showerwalls...
what a job... the tub is mounted to the face of the wall so I had to fur out all the walls with 1/4''...... the tub is 1/2'' out of level to make it drain I guess... so all the bottom is angle cut the fixture is mounted from the back side , so you have to work in the little 10'' closet to get it out

but he'll be happy.... happy birthday son
Your a great dad! Nice job, aren't you afraid of the tiles falling off from the friction of the coach moving?
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Your a great dad! Nice job, aren't you afraid of the tiles falling off from the friction of the coach moving?
not at all... I use the R&R adhesive and grout system... it was formulated to put tile on fiberglass pools... seems like the samre stuff alpine used to put mirrors on the walls... anyone that has ever tried to remove the mirrors knows what I'm talking abiut//// watch their videos...



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Great looking present.
thanks for posting, he's really happy with the present
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more flare on the flair

did the kitchen, bath... and night stands..

tomorrow start painting the walls
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Well,..... the "tile the shower" is turning into a full blown interior remodel and restoration..

ripped out the pink vinyl bathroom floor and went with tile,,, started on the painting, cleaning and refresh...
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more on the flair remodel....

got more painting done..now the plan is 2'' wood blinds and all new floor

pretty busy at my camp, three motorhomes getting resored at once

but .we have a cruise planned for nov 7 so pushing hard to get as much done... but either way...we sat sail
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mov'n along..

more wall paint, removed the old floor...painted all the bare wood... hired a craigs list helper....lol... it's my wife ,married 30 years on nov 10... going on a cruise for our anniversery
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so good progress today... painted most of the front end.... painted the floors...and got about 3/4 of the floor done..
stuff is pretty easy to work with and goes pretty fast... left a 1/8'' gap on the edges and gonna shoe molding it

mlw (my lovely wife) was a lot of help today... shes a lot younger so I'm wore out and she cooked dinner and is doing laundry
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