jrw1621 SuperDork
5/28/11 6:13 a.m.

Just like your bathroom sink - don't let your canoe sink.

Edit: I posted this picture in response to a "canoe"(spam) posting that had been made earlier. Now that the offending posting above me has been deleted it looks like I started this discussion (which I did not.)

1988RedT2 Dork
5/28/11 7:08 a.m.

Darn! I was hoping this was a serious thread. I remodeled a small bathroom in my first house. I put ceramic tile on the floor and walls, replaced the old wall-hung sink with a sleek, sexy pedestal number, and painted. Voila! New bathroom. It was very satisfying work and I got lots of compliments.

Streetwiseguy Dork
5/28/11 8:19 a.m.

Bathrooms are tough. I made one little mistake on my basement shower stall, which now means almost complete destruction to make it right. For now, copious amounts of silicone keep things dryish.

wearymicrobe Reader
5/28/11 12:39 p.m.

Darrn hoping this was a real thread. I have the master in my house torn apart due to the PO not doing it right the first time. I need to make a decision if I really want to hot mop and tile up the wall or just order a shower stall and drop it in.

fasted58 Reader
5/28/11 12:59 p.m.

only thing classier than that piece would be a canoe bidet

carguy123 SuperDork
5/28/11 1:33 p.m.

They have a cool car bidet in the new Cars movie

akamcfly Reader
5/29/11 9:11 a.m.

Almost finished a remodel of a bathroom added to our 80+yr old house 30 yrs ago.

PO used the cheapest of the cheap everything and I ended up gutting the bathroom like a fish before I could make what I thought would be a few easy improvements.

Old bathroom in an old house? Count on having to gut it completely if you want the job done right.

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