Jul 30, 2012, 02:49 PMPmorrow
I recently watched a DIY show where they used a "poured pebble" floor. I cannot find any info on your web site but would like ino on tis topic. It involved an epoxy mix. Thanks!
Jul 30, 2012, 08:01 PMjoecaption
Good thing you could not find the info.
It a horrible idea.
It's next to impossible to clean, a great place to grow mold, and the pebbles will come loose after a while and are impossible to repair.
Plus it feels horrible under foot.
There's been hundreds of people on DIY sites for years asking how to get rid of the stuff on driveways, patios, and floors.
Keep in mind there's way more stuff shown on those silly DIY show that just would never work out in real life then real world fixes.
Jul 31, 2012, 12:12 AMPmorrow
Thanks for the words of advice! Sure looked.good on the show!!!
Aug 01, 2012, 12:43 AMNestor
Probably the most practical DIY-easy bathroom flooring to install is sheet vinyl. Most bathrooms are small enough that you can avoid seams which will allow water to penetrate through the flooring. And, if you make a pattern of your bathroom floor out of cheap vinyl coated wallpaper first, cutting the sheet vinyl to fit properly is child's play. You just lay the pattern on your sheet vinyl and trace it out with a felt pen. What could be easier?