How do you remove Marlite framing?
My 1950's bath appears to have painted Marlite for walls. I plan to cover it with bead-board but need to remove the metal framing that's installed between each panel. Anyone have experience getting that out? I could figure it out if I knew how it was installed to begin with.
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The vinyl is old and very thick and has shrunk away from corners and along shower. I want to remove the glue from the coving area and paint walls down to the floor (... See more
how do we take out a shower surround without destroying the walls in a small bathroom?
I have bought a home that has towel rings and robe hooks in inconvenient places. Would like to move them. Most have a hidden screw in bottom but some I can't seem to ... See more
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Our master has the original 70’s tub...up one wide step then down into the iron-stained tub. I’m guessing if I want to replace tub, that step has to go! Probabl... See more