J187· They're all fixer-uppers
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I am remodeling a bathroom. Getting ready to drywall the wall in back of th vanity. The existing supply lines coming out of the wall have shutoff valves. In order for me to fit the drywall tightly around the pipe and use an escutcheon to the wall, I would have to remove the shutoff valves.. not a huge deal, but this whole area will be hidden by the vanity and I could actually just cut a long rectangle in the drywall and slip it over everything. Is this bad practice??