Bathroom Remodel 15 – Cutting out subfloor

This is my first time remodeling a bathroom, SO TAKE ANY SUGGESTIONS OR ANY METHODS I USE WITH A GRAIN OF SALT. This is just my experience captured on video….


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Updated: December 19, 2013 — 6:37 am


  1. Great vids.. having to do similar work at home & using similar tools…
    Wanted to comment that a great companion to the toe kick saw is the HF
    Oscillating Multifunction Power Tool + plunge blade. It allows you to
    finish off the corners where the cuts do not meet making an exact flush 90
    degree cut in the corners.

  2. Thanks. I actually have the variable speed HF multi-function tool and
    plunge blade, but I opted not to use it for some reason :-). I’ll be using
    it to clean up the edges before I install the new subfloor, though.

  3. 9:00 minutes of talking and then comes the actual work…

  4. Yeah, I thought I’d posted an annotation that there is a lot of explanation
    and little action in this video. I’m no pro, but part of posting these
    videos is to explain what I’m doing

  5. Thanks for posting this series. I’m currently renovating my mother’s
    bathroom and your video was very helpful.

  6. I’m glad they’ve been helpful. Have fun with your project. Are you posting
    videos? I’d love to see them.

  7. you remind me of the guy from reading rainbow also good video

  8. LOL, I’ve never heard that one. Thanks for the feedback.

  9. First time remodelling bath? Well you know about 100x than the guys that
    work in the bath section at home depot

  10. I don’t know about that, but thanks for the compliment. I’m a fairly quick
    study, but I don’t profess to be any kind of expert. The hardware stores
    can be a mixed bag, but I’ve found a couple very helpful people.

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