Regrowth means two things: the need for fuel, and the need for protection. 'Ware the thorns.
@jacksfilms Take two. Let's hope it doesn't try to upload as a video THIS time.
@jacksfilms I have no idea what he's trying to say.
But everything is grouted, the sealant is dry, we have a usable bathroom in our apartment again, WOO!
Again, the back wall, showing the deep chip in the cream tile. It's going to bug me.
And, as of late last Sunday, this is what we have: a fixed bathroom floor!
And another shot of the fan for some reason. We left this going overnight to help everything cure.
Entryway, showing the gaps in the tile that were NOT grouted and sealed. (Not best pleased about that.)
The internal wall side (the shop-vac and the broom combo still left inside) of the tile work.
The underside of the sink, showing the nick in the external wall tile (now grouted over).
Still playing catch-up with the last of the pics--so here's the full tiling job, before the sealant went on.
Nearly done! Very little of the Pinkening remains!
Finishing up along the far side.
Another view of the tile going down.
The tiling in progress, over the Pinkening.
From a couple days' back--the hall clutter in front of our door, during the bathroom repair.
And last one for now--he still needs to affix these to the Pinkening, and then let the whole thing cure.
What I know about tiling can be painlessly carved on one thumbnail, but I'm thinking these aren't glued down yet.
I'm also kind of dreading the amount of cleaning we're going to have to do when this project is done.
I'm kind of dreading what he's going to have to do to fill in along the base of the wall, though.
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