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Old 10-30-2011, 12:38 PM   #1
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might want to try a cheap piece of carpeting.YA i know the females don't think of carpets bathrooms....YUK but you won't believe how something so simple makes the room hold whatever heat you have in there and the hot showerrs even that will hold up a little longer...especially if your on a slab floor..if yor door is cut high that underlayment piece the rug guys use supper warm believe me then chuck it in the spring.might want to cut a small piece and slide it under the toilet if you have kids...

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The earthcam was interesting.

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cold batroom floors in the fall is really an interesting information............
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Now see........

This is yet another one of those senseless threads that it would be so easy to take for a ride with jokes and tongue-in-cheek comments. But, a few complain about making condescending remarks about such things so I will refrain.

Well except to say; The last batroom I saw was at a zoo in St. Louis.

I do wonder however...is a batroom the same thing as a bat-cave?

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might want to try a cheap piece of carpeting.YA i know the females don't think of carpets bathrooms....YUK but you won't believe how something so simple makes the room hold whatever heat you have in there and the hot showerrs even that will hold up a little longer...especially if your on a slab floor..if yor door is cut high that underlayment piece the rug guys use supper warm believe me then chuck it in the spring.might want to cut a small piece and slide it under the toilet if you have kids...
Translate please, What is a "supper warm"?
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You know...biggles has had other posts as wiry as this one. I'm thinking there must be some chemical experimentation going on there somewhere.
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You know...biggles has had other posts as wiry as this one. I'm thinking there must be some chemical experimentation going on there somewhere.
I hope he brought enough for everyone.

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