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Old 04-25-2013, 07:54 AM   #1
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A heartfelt thank you to everyone who contributed their expertise to this bathroom. What a relief! (few minor things to do today). After doing an entire house this bathroom was the most difficult. Removing the 30 yo wallpaper was almost impossible. Working behind the toilet was the worse. Having to consider it's a room with moisture added to my delima. Also working in a small room made it harder. There are almost too many choices of paints for a novice to chose on their own. No doubt a pro would scoff at my work but I'm pleased. I'm glad I removed the giant mirror and I was happy to learn about the tp test for the exhaust and I learned there is a special paint for BR ceilings. Who would have thought there could be so many things to consider in a bathroom? THANK YOU.


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Old 04-25-2013, 07:57 AM   #2
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Yea but isn't a great feeling when your done and stand back and can say "I did that."

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Looks great, Startingover........your Ohio roots have served you well. Keep up the good work.
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bathrooms and kitchens are always the hardest ones to do
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missed a spot no no really it looks great
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