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Old 08-17-2018, 10:05 AM   #41
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The nook is low because it’s a foot rest. Women put their foot there while they’re shaving their legs.

The shower head is a 12”x12” square head and it’s too high to be seen in the picture.

where is the shower bar for shower time fun? if there s foot nook how about a nooky bar?..
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Old 08-17-2018, 10:05 AM   #42
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I think its an optical illusion It looks like the towel bar is an the end of a different wall (perpendicular or curved) from the pisser.



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Yes, towel is on a perpendicular wall about 2’ long that separates the sink from toilet shower area.
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what did you use on the floor for a shower pan? did it stop at the drain that looks like is goes end to end on the threshold?
I think it’s a membrane pan, I did the rough and set/finish. They’ll be putting in a glass partition wall but no shower door.
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When a referral bites you in the @$$-img_0621.jpgSomeone caulked this one to the floor
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Attachment 108370Someone caulked this one to the floor


I have had a rash of toilets lately that were questionable, wobbly and I just could not get them to bolt down extra solid like I would like them to be...

I have had to use White Alex silicone to literally glue them down and make them permanent to the floor... Give them 24 hours and its not moving again in my lifetime.....

Dont matter how big a lard ass slams down on the toilet its not moving anywhere once it sets up...

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I have had a rash of toilets lately that were questionable, wobbly and I just could not get them to bolt down extra solid like I would like them to be...

I have had to use White Alex silicone to literally glue them down and make them permanent to the floor... Give them 24 hours and its not moving again in my lifetime.....

Dont matter how big a lard ass slams down on the toilet its not moving anywhere once it sets up...

I did the same this week, broken flange, repair then glue time! No call backs!
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I did the same this week, broken flange, repair then glue time! No call backs!
2 weeks later : "Hey, now that you fixed the leak under our toilet we decided we want to replace it altogether."

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2 weeks later : "Hey, now that you fixed the leak under our toilet we decided we want to replace it altogether."

I had something similar but the guy gutted the whole bathroom 2 weeks after I replaced the toilet lav faucet and bath faucet. He wanted the bath faucet relocated for free because he wanted it higher because he couldn't remove the tub. What a Ding Bat!
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