Shower pan slope repair
I have a customer with a shower pan that isnt draining correctly. It is a standup curbless shower with a concrete floor that has been epoxied. When taking a shower, the water pools up and runs out into the bathroom floor. The epoxy coat is peeling up around the drain. I have removed the epoxy from the floor of the shower and my next step is to correct the slope so that it drains into the drain and not into the floor. How would I go about doing this without starting over? Can I add thin set mortar to fix the slope and then pour epoxy over the thin set?
looks like the drain needs to be lower. better think about starting over.
Slope should be 1/4 inch per foot. (down to the drain)
If you are not willing to dig up the floor, you will have to give up the curbless interface to the room and re-hang the shower door.
This video has another possible way to go.