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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 05-14-2018, 12:16 AM
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Well done, Alexis.

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Alexis a great project and photos to show us how it's done.

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Looks great, Alexis but to be honest I'm not crazy about the white hinges. Maybe once you have a handle they'll fit in better.

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Well done and the photos really show the process.

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It looks like this is on a patio and that there's a drain just barely under the front lip of the sink. Did you raise the lip so draining water won't soak into the wood?

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Hello, dear fellows.
@reuelt . We had it but our town city is a hot place so we decided to delete it due to the high electrical power consumption. @Paul . You are right but I just had that hinges as surplus material from others projects. Maybe in a near future I´ll change them. @tom . In that place there was a shower and the BOSS decided to eliminate it to make a bigger one by reducing the master room bath. You have a very acute vision.

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Hello, dear fellows. @tom . In that place there was a shower and the BOSS decided to eliminate it to make a bigger one by reducing the master room bath. You have a very acute vision.
Although I live in the desert, the occasional rain will quickly flood low areas, so I always notice drainage issues.

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