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Recommendations on repairing this bathroom floor? (pics)

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by Pipps, 28 Jan 2021.

  1. Pipps

    Pipps

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    Ceramic bathroom sink pedestal removed. Hole remaining in floor. Snap-fit flooring with underlay. New sink will be a wall-fixed vanity unity. Hole in floor will be visible. Any suggestions on how I should fill or repair this would be very much appreciated please.

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    Depends if you can get new tiles, click fit are easy to replace, assuming you have tried that solution two options are, pack up level and lay vinyl flooring or cover it with something like bathroom scales.
     
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    Replace the flooring
     
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    Fit a normal vanity unit, firmly resting on the floor.
     
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    Got any blue/grey crayons?

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