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Old 04-04-2013, 08:13 PM   #46
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Hey guys. Opinion time...

Top Left - Bleeker Beige
Top Right - Shaker Beige
Bottom Left - Cape Hatteras Sand
Bottom Right - Hot Spring Stones
Like this better!!!!!!
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Old 04-04-2013, 08:52 PM   #47
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Amazing, thats the color of my toilet...
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Thanksf or the info about the niche!

Are the top 2 colors dry in that picture? If they are, my recommendation is for either bototm one.
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No, they were all still wet when the pic was taken. I think the consensus from friends and family was the bottom right. Hot Spring Stones!
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First coat of Redgard applied using a paint brush and a 3/4 Rough nap roller.

PS -- When applying, have good ventilation. Its fairly strong when applied to all your walls and you get it from all angles!
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Guess you want to be guaranteed of no leaks behind. Best way is to plan like you are and have a good substructure.

Even though you are a Steelers fan...thumbs up
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To say I over do things is an understatement... Pics of the third coat. Who knows, I may do 1-2 more

I do have a question though. Should I caulk the small gap between the flange and the beginning of the durock at the bottom?
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Just double checking before I start painting.

I primed with:


My Ceilings will be with:


My Walls will be with:



Look good?
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Looks good to me.
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Keep the updates coming...looks good.
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2 coats of SW Duration to the ceiling. 2 coats of BM Bath and Spa to the walls...
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You're a machine boss.

For those don't know Jeff personally (Trucon01), he is a passionate DIY'er and really appreciates people in the trades. He is pretty darn good too. I have been in the basement and seen the progress.

If he weren't gainfully employed already, I would offer him a job.
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2 coats of SW Duration to the ceiling. 2 coats of BM Bath and Spa to the walls...
I guess it looks good BUT for some reason I just can't get that excited over a painted wall...lol

Waiting for tile, sinks and other items to be installed.

Take your time and do it right.
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Sure will!! Do you have any recommendations on the tile I should use?
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Sure will!! Do you have any recommendations on the tile I should use?
Can't help you there.

Im not into the design phase as far as color, texture etc.. schemes of any DIY projects. You know who makes the call on that.

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