I am so confused on vanity tops. I don't want to spend a lot and since it is a kids bathroom I am afraid of it getting scratch and all that. I have been leaning towards laminate but not
sure because it is cheap. I just don't want it to look cheap. Anyway, besides not knowing what to go with for the vanity top I am also debating weather I should retile the shower or if I should go with a bath/shower wall insert. They are easier to clean so that is why I was thinking that. I hate it when the grout gets dirty and then is there forever. Oh and I am looking at replaceing the bathtub but it is only 59inches in length. How in the world am I going to find the right size bathtub??
Commented on Dec 23, 2011
We are updating our kitchen and part of the project is removing the old laminate and
installing granite. If you go to a granite business and ask them when is a good time to stop by for the granite "scraps." By scraps, I mean the cut out portions from kitchen sinks, drop in stoves, etc. I was told by the granite company that we worked with that contractors come by in the early morning hours and pick over the newest selection of "scraps" and use them for small projects like vanity tops. That way you can have a very, very nice granite top with very little cost.
It has two screws on the inside where the door shuts and I have tightened both of them. Now I realize that the microwave unit is not sitting perfectly straight in the trim kit opening.
I cannot get one of the screws out of the metal frame of the microwave. I do not want to strip and ruin the slot in the screw, so I need some ideas as to how to get that screw out before I end up with a radiation leak from the door scrubbing against that bottom metal part where the screw is located. Thanks for your help. Signed bluethumb
Diane S Elizabeth City, NC). Crepe Myrtle trees are draught tolerant, come in many beautiful
colors, and range in size from 2' up to 25" more or less. Many highways throughout NC are lined with these gorgeous trees because of the draught tolerance and low maintenance. Make sure you prune them properly and don't murder the Myrtles.