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Offline Robert Robinson

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  • southern Indiana, U.S.A.
Update on my bathroom remodel
« on: March 21, 2008, 10:08 PM »
Thanks to some great members of this site (you know who you are), I have my bath tub set in, and the shower surround tiled, I still have some work to do, but I think the hard part is over. I am going to build my own vanity, and I need to do some trim work, but I am very pleased so far. I posted pictures in my Yahoo group,and here is a link  < center>

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 I hope you get to see the pictures without joining the group. I am not trying to do a shameless promotion of my Yahoo group. Also let me know if you can't see them, if not, I will find a way to post these pictures. I love this bathroom so far, I did use a ts-55 on the floor and it proved to be perfect for me.
TS-55, FS-KS angle unit, 55 inch guide rail, Domino (pin style), 3 Domino systainer assortments(one sipo set),Multi-position Guide Stop 20, Domiplate , PSB-300, FOGtainer 4, CXS set

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Offline iggy07

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  • Hillsboro, Oregon (NW USA)
Re: Update on my bathroom remodel
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2008, 12:07 AM »
Beautiful tile job!  I joined your group about a week ago, but I was already a member of several other Yahoo groups, so I just had to add this one. So I don't know if the pics will be available to non-members or not. Floor looks great, too. The first job I did with my TS55 was to install a cork mfg floor in our old kitchen. I didn't really think to post it, since it all just came out 'flat', unlike some of the more impressive member projects. OTOH, it does look really nice, so I'll go ahead and post a couple of pics in the near future.

iggy

TS-55 EQ; MFT-1080; Rotex RO 150 FEQ; CT-22-E

Offline Robert Robinson

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  • southern Indiana, U.S.A.
Re: Update on my bathroom remodel
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2008, 11:05 AM »
I'd like to see your floor. I considered cork flooring, I just leaned more toward what I got.
TS-55, FS-KS angle unit, 55 inch guide rail, Domino (pin style), 3 Domino systainer assortments(one sipo set),Multi-position Guide Stop 20, Domiplate , PSB-300, FOGtainer 4, CXS set

Offline SRSemenza

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Re: Update on my bathroom remodel
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2008, 03:02 PM »
Hi,


   Excellent!


Seth

Offline Robert Robinson

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  • southern Indiana, U.S.A.
Re: Update on my bathroom remodel
« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2008, 03:18 PM »
thank you Seth
TS-55, FS-KS angle unit, 55 inch guide rail, Domino (pin style), 3 Domino systainer assortments(one sipo set),Multi-position Guide Stop 20, Domiplate , PSB-300, FOGtainer 4, CXS set