wet bed floors in a shower stall
Is a wet bed floor the only possible floor type that can go in a tilled shower stall? I am assuming so because there is no way to secure the cement board to the floor without putting holes the lead/vinyl pan. Please advise.
If I'm understanding you correctly, you're planning to put the pan UNDER the cement board?
I guess I'd be inclined to do a preslope/vinyl/tilebed floor. It's really not all that difficult.
Edited 7/10/2002 9:18:01 PM ET by Notchman
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You can screed your floor and then stick the tiles on with cement based adhesive the next day. This will take the pressure off you.
why wait? sprinkle a little powdered thinset on it and go "squish".no turn left unstoned