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Old 03-29-2013, 08:18 AM   #1
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I hates pedestal sinks to paper around. A lot.

That is all.
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Old 03-29-2013, 08:30 AM   #2
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Agreed , under any vanity sucks big time
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I hates pedestal sinks to paper around. A lot.

That is all.
MF72, will save you much time.
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I hates pedestal sinks to paper around. A lot.

That is all.

Should have subbed a real paper hanger
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I hate painting around pedestal sinks, can't even imagine trying to paper around them.
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Pedestal SINKS???


I thought those were urinals :|

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Pedestal SINKS???


I thought those were urinals :|

oops
That's how I never get in trouble for not putting down the seat.


But on topic I always put the seam around the middle of the sink, depending
on where the seams fall around the room.
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Me too- but they never have a clean line to the wall,they curve to it and away from it and I had rippy english XX that like to rip and show it...

Not to mention the water pipes.

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I allow 45 minutes for the bustards, and use of a headlamp is helpful.

My trouble is I do try to get way up under where no one will ever look. And if they are face up under the sink, no way are they in a condition to see my paper.

A fellow hanger showed once how she takes some scrap paper and cuts a template, not being careful to not crinkle, fold, and make extra cuts (it IS a scrap after all), she then cuts the pasted strip to the template with the necessary vertical and horizontal "seams" to the waste and supply lines.

never tried it, but it looked like a "good" idea.

OR, take the damn sink off and chance water leaking when the old fittings don't fit so good

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But on topic I always put the seam around the middle of the sink, depending
on where the seams fall around the room.
That too, but I do not "prefer" to have a seam above the sink because of the high chance of water wicking in - pedestals don't usually have a back splash. And then too often having NO seam behind the toilet tank out weighs the seam around the sink. But then again, it's ultimately about pattern balancing to where the seams go.



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And a curse on those plumbers who don't put the vanity rings around the pipes leaving me no fudge room whatsoever.
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And a curse on those plumbers who don't put the vanity rings around the pipes leaving me no fudge room whatsoever.

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And a curse on those plumbers who don't put the vanity rings around the pipes leaving me no fudge room whatsoever.
That's the difference between a real pro and a DIYer. Good stuff PWG.
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I kind of got a stiffy looking at that..
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I kind of got a stiffy looking at that..
If it lasts more than three hours seek medical attention.
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Your a bunch of spoiled weenies, work is good thats all.

but on the other hand that is a pain

I am decent with mild plumbing I take apart and always goes back fine ,allows for best seam placement
If sinks gotta stay I favor a full sheet seam at bottom of sink. what other choice you really have with all the water your gonna have splash.
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