Lino to Tile


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Old 10-03-05, 07:05 PM
psyence
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Lino to Tile

Hello,

Im new to the forum here, as in, 2 minutes ago

I have ripped up my kitchen floor, which was linoleum, but I am wishing to install ceramic tile.

I have a few questions in regards to this.

I have ripped off the underlayment, and the linoleum right to the subfloor, and should be ready to install the tile.

When I put down the ditra on the mortar, do I have to let it dry 100% before installing the tiles? Ive read thier information, but it doesnt really say. Im assuming that I must.

For now I think this is all that I need some help with, other than a place to buy Ditra at a decent price? (In Canada)

Thanks!

Chris.
 
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Old 10-06-05, 04:45 PM
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What do have for a subfloor that you are planning on using the Ditra over?

http://www.tile-experts.com/products.asp?id=47
 
 

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