Need 3x diameter horizontal iirc. Send it sideways then back Or move drain entry point in the floor
This bathroom vanity has been a freaking project.
I never really did anything with the bathroom when i moved in, it was shitty, the quality of the work and installation of everything sucks, location, materials. Fiancee finally moved in and motivated me to do something about it. She picked out the white and green combo, i did the install and painting. I'm a novice at best but i do better work than what was previously done.
Plumbing was fucked, i had to rerun the hot water around the box because it was previously run between the dry wall and the box. Then i added quarter turn valves.
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The outlet and switch in the photo were moved and a vanity light switch installed
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Cut out some of the drywall to fit some boards to mount the vanity to.
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Vanity light installed
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Not without apprentice marks
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Always use caulk at the corners and joints. Everything moves. Grout is brittle. Caulk is flexible.I don't know much about tile & grout sealant, but I re-sealed my shower a couple of years ago. Now I'm seeing a lot of separation and cracking at the bottom joints that's getting funky so it needs more work. Is there a thicker type of sealant without having to caulk? I've got plenty of sealant, but it is thin/viscous. Seems like thicker sealant would bridge cracks better so mold can't find a home. My tiles are 3" stone/stone look so caulk would look like shit, and porous surface would retain funk at the edges anyway.
It seems to be working, other than the seal on the underside of the sink is leaking. So that's not making me happy. Not sure how it could leak, the conical seal that fits into the basin drain from the underside is rubber. So it should seal minor casting issues. When i close the drain and fill the basin with water it doesn't leak, but when i open up the stop, water leaks. So the basin seal is good and the lower seal isn't.just use a bucket