Glazed masonry units are supposed to withstand the test of time. But what about when the colors go out of fashion? How do you cover up or change the look of GCMU but still look professional and not take up a lot of space.
For example, take a small bathroom that can't spare any space. You can't cover the cmu with furring strips and wall board because there's not enough room HELP.
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