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04-11-09, 11:35 PM
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Posted By althorr

in case anyone is interested, an efficient way to...

in case anyone is interested, an efficient way to remove SLC after it's set is by cutting it into 2 foot squares with a diamond blade in a skill saw, breaking that into smaller pieces with an air...
04-09-09, 09:55 PM
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Posted By althorr

well, slc is now 80% out. Now I'm back to...

well, slc is now 80% out.
Now I'm back to deciding how to level the floor. Since the highest spot is only 1/4 inch lower than the door, any slc/ditra/tile combo I add will make the finial floor...
04-06-09, 07:28 PM
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Posted By althorr

In a jam

Well, I made a BooBoo ( with capital B's)

I ripped up all the old floor, 1 layer of vinyl and and 1 of laminate hardwood.
Laid down 3/4 plywood, and laid the warming wire.
On close examination I...
03-27-09, 08:53 PM
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Posted By althorr

Thanks both for the answers, HotinOKC, ...

Thanks both for the answers,

HotinOKC,

Thanks for clarifying on the plywood, I'd head to Lowes and get the right plywood, and thinset also.

As for the Ditra, I'll be doing it exactly per the...
03-26-09, 09:55 PM
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Posted By althorr

correction, I think the 2x8 joists are oak, but...

correction, I think the 2x8 joists are oak, but do not really know for sure. This house is older than me grandpappy, kinda hard to tell.
03-26-09, 09:45 PM
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Posted By althorr

treated vs non-treated plywood

Hello,

I've read many of the forums, and found great answers to most of my questions. Thanks to all the previous posters!
What I did not see, and may seem obvious, is should I use treated or non...
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