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 Post subject: Bathroom Finished
PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2019 6:49 pm 
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Few photos of bathroom, recently completed.

Just used cheap 600 x 300 white tiles and a cheap 600 x 300 floor tile, both in the rent sale at Wickes.

Bath was purchased on flea bay £1000 bath for £400, the Mira shower and bath filler pumped unit was fairly expensive at around £500, but no taps, waste or overflow to buy.


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That looks good, highly commendable! Good job.

Important reasoning that, although the bath filler seemed expensive, you saved on not having to buy other items - interesting.


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Works well to, we have the gravity feed version with pump. Haven’t don’t it yet you can put an app on your phone or tablet and fill the bath remotely to depth and temperature. Ultimate laziness ! Bath at 1800 long and 800 wife is good for two to have a chat !


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Chippo1 wrote:
Bath at 1800 long and 800 wife....


Been there, done that, but my wiFe is, fortunately, less than 800 wiDe!

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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Lovely looking job well done, first time I have heard of a bath having no taps, thats great as I always get the tap end :lol:


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The bath is 800 wide , not the wife , well not not far short !


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