Toilet Post to come

I’m actually working on a post documenting our “gut and remodel” of our toilet. Through trial and error (with a circa 50’s toilet) we figured out the best way to do this….I took photos, however in the meantime my laptop harddrive needed replacing and I have been reinstalling 8000 programs.

So, bear with me! 🙂

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