That little half wall will have storage for about 28 rolls of toilet paper, because you don’t ever want to be sitting there without being able to reach for more if you need it.
I guess that’s why they bring a big truck. I think it was mostly the old insulation, and at least 98% rat free.
Before, if you wanted a nail gun you’d have to hook it up to an air compressor which makes all sorts of obnoxious noise while it’s running, and run a high pressure air hose to the nail gun. The hose would try to trip you and sometimes succeed.
Now, they’re battery powered. This one can drive 2″ nails into solid oak. All day. I’ve been using it for installing finish trim. I have yet to run the battery out.
This is going to change everything.
It’s not really a meme.
Part miter, part box end, part lap joint, fits together great and the square pins make it look like I did actual woodwork.
Fill your life with kitchen gadgets!
Everyone loves a tile backsplash. I don’t know why. I guess it beats reynold’s wrap across the back wall of something that might get wet in its ordinary use. Maybe.
For spacers between the tiles, I used popsicle sticks. I once saw a deal on Amazon for a box of like 10,000 popsicle sticks for 15 dollars. I snatched that up. Its chief complaint in the reviews were that the sticks were not guaranteed to be food safe. I sincerely don’t give a shit. For 0.15 cents per stick, I’ll use them for whatever I need them for: glue spreaders, paint mixers, tile spacers, miniature catapults, whatever. I’ll eat food with chopsticks. A lifetime’s supply of dirt cheap popsicle sticks is da bomb!
Top: The brand new one I installed under the bathroom vanity to keep your toes warm on cold mornings.
Bottom: The one found under the laundry room cabinet, which serves no purpose. I capped off the wiring and removed the nonfunctional fan and cleaned up the dead bugs or mouse remains or whatever they were, but the hot water pipes would be too much trouble to disconnect.
Flooring is really hard work. You’re constantly getting up and down to set boards, pick up tools, put down tools, nail boards, and some boards have to be nailed by hand. Lots of bending over with heavy things in your hands. It reminded me of Judo, where you’d get thrown to the mat like thirty times a day and have to get back up. But in Judo, the mat was nice and soft and comfy and you could just take a nap on that thing. Hardwood floors are not soft. They’re not comfy. You can fall unconscious from exhaustion on them, but that’s not the same as a nap.
At least that 2,000 pound vanity is now in its final resting place. May it stay there until the End of Days.