I am an idiot. I wrote that really long post about bathroom demo, but left out the first phase of it – removing the sink and the vanity. Oops. We even got this step on video … I blame it on the ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-alcohol.
Here is The Boy, detaching the sink’s plumbing:
After that, it was simply a matter of cutting under the metal ring with a utility knife, and lifting the sink out. The Boy wanted me to point out that he did this ALL BY HIMSELF, but he is a liar, and I have proof. Here I am in hallway (in my pajamas), standing by the drawers I removed, handing him tools. Uh huh. Best demo assistant ever.
We took a video of The Boy removing the sink. I have to admit, I expected it to be more exciting. Interesting, even. Nope. It is pretty lame, but I am going to share it anyways:
Still awake? Good. The removal of the sink revealed a disgusting hidden secret:
The Boy took a hammer and chisel and chiseled through the screws holding the sections of the vanity together, and then beat the sections with a hammer until they were small enough to be crammed into our trashcan. (Brute strength, he says.)
We are very sure that our trash men hate us. They have to. You know, because strangers keep putting really big and heavy stuff in our trashcan. Not us. No way. Who does that??
So there you have it, the full picture. Segmented. In reverse order. More like a collage. Or … a blog run by drunk monkeys.