Bath Fitter

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  1. DryOatmeal

    DryOatmeal Well-Known Member VIP

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    seems gross

    cover up your old shitty moldy shower with plastic

    fuck that noise
     
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    Capn Crud Needs a beer VIP Gold

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    If encapsulation is good enough for asbestos, it's good enough for you and your scum
     
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    DryOatmeal Well-Known Member VIP

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    what about the mold that's behind the tiles and in the studs and sheet rock ?

    iuno man i just don't know
     
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    if you dont see it, its not there
     
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    Well lets all hope you had a vapor barrier installed lol. As long as your existing tub was in decent shape you're ok. I mean if you had water damage your fucked. On the flip side fuck em if you are selling :depressed:
     
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    it is not like flipping after mikes jiz.

    Just had it done on a place of mine. 5yrs if your lucky. They do not touch the walls. If you have shitty rotting walls not a savoir. Rip it all out and start a fresh
     
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    BaddFunn Kick ass fuck yeah VIP

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    It's the only option for a lot of families with only one place to bathe but I was showering at my neighbor's house when I gutted my bathroom.
     
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    Not if you plan it right, my last house had 1 1/2 baths so we only had the one tub, I gutted everything else then after everyone showered the next morning I ripped the old tub out and installed the new one, we were only w/o a tub for a few hours.

    Then it's baths for a few days if you're doing tiles, shower the same day if you're doing a snap in tub surround.

    You could have a delay if you found water damage once you rip the old tub out, but generally it's easily done.
     
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