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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-16-2020, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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23-66lbs bags got it down mixed in a 5 gallon bucket...
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got a little further along couldn't get 12 ft sheets to fit in basement even with a ground level door oh well had to make do with 10 and 8 fters
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looking good...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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23-66lbs bags got it down mixed in a 5 gallon bucket...
Wow, thatíll keep you in shape . More than likely a few trips to the chiropractor in my case

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Wow, thatíll keep you in shape . More than likely a few trips to the chiropractor in my case
truth be told taking out the old concrete and sand was tougher, 35 buckets of concrete, 65 buckets of dirt......I think I bent 3 forks while eating supper...lol
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dry fitting live edge shelf before finishing wall so I'm not messing with it when its all painted and such...
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!...just poke pins in my eyes. I'd far rather deal with a bit of masking and being careful AFTER the painting is done than have to work around that shelf while doing the painting. But hey, to each their own eh?
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!...just poke pins in my eyes. I'd far rather deal with a bit of masking and being careful AFTER the painting is done than have to work around that shelf while doing the painting. But hey, to each their own eh?
oh no no, it isn't staying there it is just dry fit so when wall is finished I'm not mucking around with cuts and such. I will remove it to paint etc etc
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little bit flush mount LED lighting, via remote control. did a test hole first before I routered them out
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got it all wired up now to remove it and finish wall
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