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How To Fit A Toilet

from Country Living

25 Home Hacks That Changed Our Lives in 2015

Hold a toilet paper tube over the nozzle of your vacuum cleaner and squish the cardboard to fit into any space.

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from Home Decorating Trends - Homedit

How to Fit the Most Storage Into a Small Bathroom

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cardboard castle made out of cereal boxes and toilet paper and paper towel rolls...it all fits on a 8.5X11 sheet of paper so not too time consuming either...this is still unpainted so get creative and let the kids have some medieval fun

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Wouldn't this be wonderful? Our home is 116 years old and this toilet would be such a fitting addition, not gonna pay over $5000 for it though. It's so expensive that it tells you how much the individual parts are and not the thing as a whole. lol

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How to paint behind your toilet tank: 1. Remove lid. 2. Take a drawstring kitchen garbage bag and place over tank. 3. Cut in front if needed for tight fit. 4. Draw drawstring to front to tighten bag in the back. 5. Place paper towels on floor to catch any drips. 6. Carefully paint with brush or extended reach painting tools. 7. When finished, put any used/wet paper towels on top of bag on open tank. 8. Grab bag at base of tank. Pull inside out as you remove. 9. All trash is in bag. Throw…

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from Apartment Therapy

10 Ways to Squeeze a Little Extra Storage Out of a Small Bathroom

You'd be amazed at how much stuff you can fit into a really narrow cabinet. This particular one wins out over other narrow bathroom cabinets because it has drawers, so you don't have to pull the whole cabinet out every time you want something. I had something similar that I used for years — it tucked neatly in beside the toilet in the tiny bathrooms of four or five different apartments. Bathroom cabinet, $119 from Amazon.

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from The Family Handyman

PEX Pipe: Everything You Need to Know

No. You can install PEX just like you would other pipe, with main lines and branches to each fixture. But you lose a lot of the benefits of PEX with this system since it requires so many fittings. With the home-run system, you install a manifold in the utility room or some area that’s close to the main water line and water heater, and run a separate PEX tube to each fixture as shown above. This system uses more tubing but is fast and only requires two connections: one at the manifold and…

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