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Old 11-15-2010, 03:15 PM   #15
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Old 11-15-2010, 03:33 PM   #16
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looks good! I have the same bathroom...

so, what did you wind up using for paint? looks like you sprayed it "in place" ?

also looks like you're painting the doors/cabinets with the formica-like finish? how are you doing that?
(I've seen other restorations where the abs plastic parts were re-finished in stark-white, yet the other off-white parts of the bathroom were just left original...which looks awkward, imo.)

Also, I notice your trailer has been "pexed". got any pictures of that?

(I have floor rot in the back that needs to be addressed, and these fixtures will all have to come out to access it...and the pipes, too, so I'll likely re-do w/ pex. )
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Old 11-15-2010, 04:00 PM   #17
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ye just taped everything off and sprayed it / used plastic paint from Lowe's / paint said you did not have to prime but i did any-way / i will get name of paint / i plan on painting all of it white / i want to put a little orange in there somewhere / just have a few issues with roof then i can finish rest of walls / i had to spray light coats or it ran / after last coat i took some 320 sand paper and soapy water and it clean up great / i did pex work myself / was simple i could get you a list and some pix's of it / did not take long at all / on that rot problem you might could get some tar and paint all rotten wood with it and just fill any voids up with spray from / just a idea / just make sure you fix what started the rot
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Old 11-15-2010, 04:46 PM   #18
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yeah, I'd love to see the pex-pix.

on the rot: painting and/or spray-foam doesn't cure rot.

and the plywood is an important structural element, especially back there. It needs to be cut out and replaced.
In this particular situation, its beyond rotted in a couple of spots; its "missing".
I did some temporary repairs to brace things up a while back, but it really should be properly fixed once and for all...which means, the bathroom has to come out...and also, the pipes that are in/around the area, which will be replaced w/ pex...and since it all has to come out, that would be a good time to paint the old abs plastic...etc, etc.
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Old 11-16-2010, 07:12 AM   #19
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true that chuck / i will get those pix for you / good look on that rot / the best way to fix rot is to remove and replace with new
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Nice job - I am almost finished with mine also. Just have to wait for warm day to paint bathtub.
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