Friday, July 26, 2013
Walls that shine and sparkle (The DIY Series, Part 3)
Anyway, I'm glad that decision is over.
Once the drywall was installed and sanded, I just needed to cut the new bathtub surround to size and glue it on. That was tedious, but it came along. (Here's a piece of advice for you: Do not use Liquid Nails brand glue on tub surrounds; it says it's okay for it, but it doesn't set up quickly enough. Use Loctite Power Grab made for tub surrounds. That stuff is great!)
So how do I fix that? Well, this is my favorite part:
See that pretty glass tile? Oh boy, just a bit of that and my bathroom suddenly feels like a million bucks! I really wish I could afford to put this all over in my bathroom, but I can't. Still, it makes a nice difference.