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ithinkican

01:17PM | 01/15/02
Member Since: 01/08/02
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I would like to put this flooring in my bathroom that I am refinishing, but don't know how to do around the bathtub, toilet, appliences, etc. If I buy video #136 is it going to show me how to do this or does it only have the little blip about cobblewood flooring like it showed on the tv show?

homedoc

03:30AM | 02/20/02
Member Since: 05/21/01
71 lifetime posts
Episode 136 has the 7 minute segment from the show. Cobblewood would not be our first choice or even second choice for a bathroom. This floor is not as moisture friendly as other standard bathroom floor types.

ckh

04:33PM | 07/25/02
Member Since: 05/03/02
11 lifetime posts
I also have a question on the cobblewood flooring-perhaps someone that has done this before or something like it can help us.

the question is where the hell do you get an old barn wood from???
My husband mentioned that we should probley use old hard wood (like they did on the episode) because the new fresh wood would not be as strong and may have side effects-anyone know if we can use new wood vs old wood?? please let us know-we are at the moment replacing the ruined wood paneling with drywall and will very soon be replacing the floors right after and this is one of the few floor types & style that my husband and i both agreed on.

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