Granite an travertine

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  1. Nov 3, 2018 #1

    Ernesto

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    Finally got the top, sinks and faucets in my master bathroom.
    Still working on the floor.
    Did i mention how much i hate plumbing? 20181102_085803.jpg 20181101_181015.jpg 20181102_144005.jpg
     
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    Looks Good E .. How do you feel about Plumbing ? lol
     
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    All you have to know about plumbing is payday is on Friday and shit don't run uphill.
     
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    Plumbing is more 'fun' if you buy a sink cabinet without the center divider. ;)
    That's a dynamite match with the cabinet color.
     
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    Yeah, it took six weeks to get the cabinets. Then they screwed up the end cabinet as it wasn't finished on the outside as it shoulda been. I installed them myself. It's tough squeezing in between the divider. I got bruises on my hip.Cabinet install is a learning curve. The wifey picked the color cus I am not allowed to do such things. I'm just the laborer
     
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    Popping off the mirrors was another thing all together.
     
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    Got some base cut, bull nosed and set along with the cabinet trim. All the dang to tools out in the garage. Grouting tomorrow. I'm hating my bathroom now. But I love my new tile saw, it plunge cuts and bevel cuts.

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    Looks Good E ..
     
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    Looks good from my house.
     
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    Toto toilets are the bomb. So easy to set up. Got it grouted today. Little more clean up and sealer .

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    Looks good E ..
     
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    Looks real nice.
    What saw did you get?
     
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    Will make a great stocking stuffer for you Don..:D
     
  14. Nov 9, 2018 at 1:44 AM #14

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    That’s what I was thinking
     
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    Don, I bought the Lowes brand tile saw. Has all the features of any other saw, plunge cut, tilt to cut bevels etc etc. I had to grab one cus my old MK 101 broke down in the middle of my shower install. Cut perfect right on the laser line out of the box. Oh, plus it has an adjustable power on the motor from 1 to 6.
     

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