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Old 02-05-2008, 10:48 PM   #16
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I have also used a spin saw or a Dremmel saw blade to cut inside the pipe. I also like to spray paint the concrete in case later someone wants to find it.
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I have also used a spin saw or a Dremmel saw blade to cut inside the pipe. I also like to spray paint the concrete in case later someone wants to find it.
What do you guys recommend I use in order to cover over the expandable plug in order to make the floor level above it? Concrete?
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Wouldn't a nice box/bench seat look good there? You could put it right over the existing pipe and not have to change a thing. Plus it would give you some underseat storage. And then it will be easy to add that bath in the future.
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Wouldn't a nice box/bench seat look good there? You could put it right over the existing pipe and not have to change a thing. Plus it would give you some underseat storage. And then it will be easy to add that bath in the future.
I was thinking about doing something like this. This is an option.

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