Hi guys. The name's Magnus. My friends use to call me that so that's what I'm using here.
My avatar is a pic of a burger from "In-and-Out Burger."
To me, it's like a Johnny Rocket's Burger, only it doesn't cost as much lol.
Anyway, here's my problem. I've got the durock installed and the waterproofing rolled on. Afterwards, I took a straight edge to the wall (it's 8' high) and found that it curves into a very shallow "S."
At the two points where it curves on the "S," the deflection measures around 3/16."
Should I be worried about that? I was thinking that I should fill it in with a slurry mix made with 254? Or even a thinset since it's on a vertical surface and the slurry might sag and fall off the wall.
Here's a drawing I made of the problem. As you can see, the deflection is very small.