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Old 11-15-2019, 02:52 PM   #1
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Slide show of new bathroom counter top

Here is a 3 minute YouTube slideshow/video of our new bathroom counter top. It would appear the DH vigorously washes his hands, thus splashing water everywhere. This created water damage to the factory pressed board. If the front vinyl trim piece hadn't come off, we may never have known of the water damage.
Over-all, both the DW and I enjoyed doing our separate parts of this project.
https://youtu.be/afHViIVn-qk
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Men!! (lol) nothing but flickers & drippers.
Perhaps your sink needs to be deep enough so that he can sticks his hands all the way in~up to his elbows!!
Seriously it Looks very nice! He did a great job of it so I guess heís not all bad.



Now if we can only get the whole wiping the feet thingieí down (lol)
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Old 11-15-2019, 03:35 PM   #3
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Beautiful job! Really looks nice. Splash away!
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Old 11-15-2019, 04:08 PM   #4
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Very nice, great job.
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You should be extremely proud. That looks fantastic. Iím sure washing your hands never brought a smile to your face like it does now. Great job
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Tight work! too bad the folks in Elkhart can't do that!
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What kind of waterproofing did you use under the cement board to prevent the moisture the wicking through the grout and mastik from getting to the wood frame and the walls?

We used to use RedGuard but there are new products by Kerdi that are popular, also.

What a fun project!
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What kind of waterproofing did you use under the cement board to prevent the moisture the wicking through the grout and mastik from getting to the wood frame and the walls?

We used to use RedGuard but there are new products by Kerdi that are popular, also.

What a fun project!

The tiles are porciline and the grout is epoxy, therefore water proof.
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The tiles are porciline and the grout is epoxy, therefore water proof.
Good choices!
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