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    2015 Basement Project

    The finished basement has served us well in this old house in which I live. I hope to remodel the basement creating open spaces for:
    • a guest suite with kitchenette
    • bathroom re-do
    • laundry area re-do


    On my wish list is a pet-wash sink. While I don't plan to have dogs all my life, I think this is a good idea to also store buckets and mops. Here is the concept for an inexpensive pet-wash:



    If I had a larger house, I would so have a mud room in which I would put in a dog-wash as well as washer/dryer. Pickney can wash dem muddy shoes, etc. in there too.
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    I can also put dogs' water and food bowls in here

    I like how this one look


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    just tink seh if yuh did get rid a de fufool dawg yuh wouldn't haffi tink pan dem tings here


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    pet washes look good until the pet shakes the water all over the place.

    They have some places u can carry your pet for a wash (pet wash like a car wash) with dryers and everything.

    It will however make your home have a very unique feature. As you have smallish dogs will the sink be enough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperah View Post
    just tink seh if yuh did get rid a de fufool dawg yuh wouldn't haffi tink pan dem tings here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperah View Post
    just tink seh if yuh did get rid a de fufool dawg yuh wouldn't haffi tink pan dem tings here

    ah gwine sic Monty pan yuh baxide. yuh watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kia027 View Post
    pet washes look good until the pet shakes the water all over the place.

    They have some places u can carry your pet for a wash (pet wash like a car wash) with dryers and everything.

    It will however make your home have a very unique feature. As you have smallish dogs will the sink be enough?
    One dog is small. One dog is big. Big dog goes to groomer regularly during cold months (in warm weather is garden hose and shampoo and air dry outside).

    The "pet wash" is like a utility sink thing but tiled. I can wash mops and cleaning stuff in there. If I had a garage, i would put one in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peasie View Post
    If I had a larger house, I would so have a mud room .
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    This is what I am leaning towards. It is really a mop sink that can serve as an area to drip dry clothes and wash dogs


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    what do the dogs want?
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