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Old 07-18-2011, 06:19 PM   #1
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Maintain knotty pine walls when repairing bathroom flooring

Is it possible to repair the flooring and subflooring of a bathroom without removing the existing knotty pine walls and closets in our rustic camp? We have two small closets that extend floor to ceiling. We do plan to remove all bathroom fixtures (tub/shower, sink, toilet) and the full size hotwater heater which is in one of the closets. Thank you.

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