Edmonton, AB, CA
Alternatively, I sometimes put the tape on the door.
I have seen (and used) these things since I was an apprentice, some 20 years ago.
I prefer a thickness of 3/4".
What is that stuff draped over the joists?
Or try this: If you are going to have one side of the plywood unseen, cut it upside down. The bottom usually has no tearout.
Sounds like a good idea.
Just don't leave them lying around on the floor...worse than Legos to step on!
If you're going to insulate the inside of a basement, you had better do an absolutely 100% perfect job of it, or you will have moisture problems.
To prevent this, you want warm walls, not cold. Insulate the outside of the walls only.
What, no glue?
The caulk on the floor is an effective way to prevent rocking. Some guys leave a gap in this caulk of several inches at the rear of the toilet so that a future leak can be spotted.
I like to clean the toilet before removal.
How about using a paint roller spinner, which is made for this job?
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