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Old 03-18-2016, 07:36 PM   #91
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Tomorrow I will be posting the 3rd video for the "floating" sub floor.
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Old 03-19-2016, 01:10 PM   #92
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Me personally I would have used tounge & groove & laid it down cross ways but just my opinion
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Old 03-19-2016, 07:33 PM   #93
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Me personally I would have used tounge & groove & laid it down cross ways but just my opinion
Going to be putting t&g flooring down most likely as the actual floor. Originally I had planned to use a vinyl like this one.

Also going to be doing a t&g bamboo ceiling.

Got the 3rd video up on the floating floor.

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Old 03-20-2016, 07:19 PM   #94
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Floating Sub Floor~ Done!




The sub floor has been completed!
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Old 03-20-2016, 07:42 PM   #95
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Old 03-20-2016, 08:16 PM   #96
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Old 03-21-2016, 06:48 PM   #97
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Framing members layed flat on a floor are called sleepers. Studs are vertical framing member in a wall.

Nice job by the way. I plan on much the same process in my floor.
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Old 03-22-2016, 06:09 AM   #98
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Very nice. You guys are doing great. I wish my build would go as fast as your videos on fast forward lol. Question for you. On your windows did that chemical work good that you used to clean out the old seal? I'm at that stage now. My windows have a foam strip on upper part of window and sealer on the bottom and if lucky only one side of window got sealer. Oh and how many tubes of sealer did you go through?

Thanks and love the videos!
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Framing members layed flat on a floor are called sleepers. Studs are vertical framing member in a wall.

Nice job by the way. I plan on much the same process in my floor.
&Thanks for watching. Oh that makes sense. Ya I have 0 knowledge of construction terms lol. Cool can't wait to see how you do yours.

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Very nice. You guys are doing great. I wish my build would go as fast as your videos on fast forward lol. Question for you. On your windows did that chemical work good that you used to clean out the old seal? I'm at that stage now. My windows have a foam strip on upper part of window and sealer on the bottom and if lucky only one side of window got sealer. Oh and how many tubes of sealer did you go through?

Thanks and love the videos!

Thank you! Glad you like the videos HAHA I wish it actually went that fast in real life as well.

Yes the acetone worked great for cleaning the residue. I plan to use it to clean the adhesive left from the reflector stickers as well.

I used about 5-6 tubes of the sealer. I went a little over board on it just to be on the safe side. No water has leaked through at all. But I would say one tube last about 1.5-2 windows.


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Thanks for your reply. I stopped at the hardware store for something els and remember that stuff. Had to pull up you video to get the name of the stuff. Got a small can of it to try out.

Thanks again.
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