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Unread 11-23-2020, 06:08 PM   #19
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Some guys will fill voids underneath with akemi to keep things from drooping. If its just caulked in you can cut with a razor knife and then use cedar shims and wedge around the piece a little at a time. Ive used screws underneath to remove bartops liquid nailed to plywood. You have to know when to stop, when to use brute force.

I do think you are better off getting someone to do this. It seems like a simple thing but experience does matter for something like this.

If you decide to wing it you need 2405 UbaTuba
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