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  1. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    I didn't notice until I began tile & trim of the shower door but the frame is not plumb and is a little over 1/4" narrower at top than at bottom. That probably doesn't sound like much but I set wall tiles plumb and if I proceed with bullnose trim the gap between tile and bullnose looks like a...
  2. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    This is my first time post on a diy forum. I'm going to tile my kitchen counters and I have concerns about the edges and corners. My original plan was to use absolute black granite tile using the matching granite edge and corner pieces available on floor decor & more. Now for budget reasons as...
  3. General DIY Discussions
    I've been working with a handyman who is a "Jack of All Trades - Master of None." He found me a nice piece of granite for my bathroom countertop but the problem is the edges are straight cut, not a smooth round bullnose. I'm wondering what can be done to round off the edge and fix this so that...
  4. Flooring
    Hi, I am a new home owner and learning all the stuff about houses. The tile guy I had kind of cheated me. he put tiles on the step in the living room with sharp edges. At the edge when tiles transition from horizontal to vertical plane (90 degree) there is not smooth/curvy transition! The store...
  5. Carpentry
    I am thinking about refinishing my kitchen counter tops. The counters have a bullnose edge on them. How should I laminate the bullnose?
  6. Flooring
    I will be puting some new oak pre fab stairs on in the next couple of weeks; however, i have a couple of landings to deal with half way up the stairs as you make 180 degree turn. I will be installing oak bullnosing pieces for the landings and prefinished tongue and groove flooring for the...
  7. Drywall & Plaster
    Hello. I recently bought a house and would like to do some "polishing work" on the white painted baseboards. The walls have bullnose corners, and the previous owner cut and installed the baseboards, but they don't match up nicely at the seams. Would it be a good idea to fill any small gaps...
  8. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    I am remodeling my bathroom. I will be tiling my tub walls all the way to the ceiling. Then I will be adding a half wall to the rest of the room. I have read about taking the bullnose tile and extending it to be flush with the half wall tile. My question is that if I have the half tile wall...
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