Stones vs. Shower Door

Monday night Dave asked me to go with him and my brother to the house because they were going to continue sanding the floors. I wasn’t sure why he would need me to go, asked him, and got the “I don’t know. Just because.” response. So, I decided to go. I might be able to find things to do around the house when we get there.

Of course, a job was waiting for me when we got there.

Once I dried up as much water as I could (using the only things I could find – old sofa covers), I got to working on my next project.

Removing the ugly old shower door in the master bath.

Should have been easy enough. The only things holding the door there were a few screws and some clear caulking.

Except. I couldn’t find the right tools for the job. I needed some sort of blade or box cutter to cut the caulking. I couldn’t find one, so I used a pick-type tool. It worked for part of the job, but was too thick for the other part. Looked around more and finally found a small blade that did the rest of the job.

Then I needed a drill or screwdriver to remove the screws. Some of the screws were easy enough. Others were in places that were hard to reach with any of the drills or drivers I had. With a little creativity, I was able to get those little suckers out and the door down.

For now, we’ll put of a small shower curtain, but eventually I’ll take down the wall that was holding that ugly door.

So I was needed that night. Water clean up, door removal, & sander cord holder were my major jobs for the night.

Go me!

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4 Responses to Stones vs. Shower Door

  1. ams says:

    I knew you were SuperStone!

  2. FEECHAY says:

    Thats soo cool ive been watching property virgins latley…now reminds me of you guys. except ya’lls ain’t virgins no more..congrats!

  3. Robin Auayan says:

    WD40 works great to loosen up old screws and bolts…..

  4. Robin Auayan says:

    Let me know if you guys need help.

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