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"nitche in a wall" happy 4th of july! chief has done it on this great day of americans

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You should expect a video on this topic lately by tomorrow, in the tips and techniques forum. One way to install nitches inside walls!!

Happy 4th of July for you all my friends there in America and chieftalk.

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Thx Yusef , looks interesting , can the niche be used in Bathrooms too?  ie no frame or casing

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Thx Yusef , looks interesting , can the niche be used in Bathrooms too?  ie no frame or casing

Yes, ofcourse it can be used. i will post the plan with the "how to vid" by the said time. Thanks Mick, the sun rised here, playing with this amazing software full of hidden hand shakes.

See you tomorrow/ my late afternoon.

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Thank you Yusuf!!! Looking forward to this video, and see what is clever way you came up with doing this as you always did with everything else. 

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Yusuf, you better return the Mona Lisa before they realize it is gone. ;)

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