After We Cut Our Concrete Bathroom Floor for Our Remodeling Project

Is a great video on what your floor should look like if it’s cut correctly, before you remove the dirt and install the waste plumbing pipes. Make sure that you use a wet vacuum cleaner to keep the water from the wet saw from entering into areas that might damage flooring or wood framing that isn’t going to be removed.

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  1. gregvancom
    May 23, 2013

    Maybe I will comment on those things in the future, but this video is just showing people what it looks like, after you cut and remove the concrete. You're absolutely right about everything else you said and I hope everyone who watches this video, reads your comment. They're obviously is a lot work to think about than most do-it-yourselfers realize.

  2. satelng
    July 24, 2013

    I have to cut concrete and lay drains for a similar (much smaller) project. I have about 12 feet of drain pipe to cut out for and install. How did you cut the concrete? Do you put a blade on a circular saw or do I rent a bigger one?

  3. gregvancom
    July 25, 2013

    Go down to your local rental yard and rent a concrete wet saw. Explain to them what you're going to do and they can provide you with the right equipment. Make sure that you have a shop vac that can vacuum up water, if you're going to need one.

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