Most bathroom renovations today that have a shower niche have the same problem. the niche is installed before you tile and then the tiler has to cut around the framework. This always looks sloppy, rushed and unprofessional. In this video we will show you how to renovate your shower and get the grout lines perfectly aligned with your niche.You can be an awesome tiler and get a great result renovating your bathroom if you do it like I do. Cheers!
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