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Old 11-16-2017, 09:05 PM   #91
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I read that document, but obviously not well enough. I'll go back and read again because I missed that part. I read the trowel part...so I'm just blind. Thanks CX.
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Old 11-16-2017, 09:10 PM   #92
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cx, I see that under the Sheet Bond Coat section...but I thought that meant you could either use the NobleBond EXT, NobleBond 21, or the modified thinset to embed into the plywood.

Edit: Nevermind. I found it. Figure 7: LATEX MODIFIED THIN-SET between it and tile.
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Old 11-19-2017, 07:45 PM   #93
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I was reading the NobleSeal CIS instructions and worried about the 1/8" movement/expansion joint in the plywood ends and held off installing the CIS yesterday to read more.

It seems like most the time people essentially "ignore" it, but I still feel like it would react as a crack with the NobleSeal CIS.

Do I just ignore this 1/8" expansion gap or should I fill it? The NobleSeal CIS will not have any seams as I'm installing it in a 6'x8' area, the gap will run the length of the 6' but that's the only gap in it. I'm dumb.
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Old 11-19-2017, 07:51 PM   #94
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Pretend it's not there, John. Your subflooring should be pretty well acclimated by now. If you get thinset mortar in the gap, it'll stay there. If you don't get thinset mortar in the gap, it'll stay empty.
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...but I still feel like it would react as a crack with the NobleSeal CIS.
Mmmmm, John? It's a crack isolation product, eh? Sorry, couldn't help myownself. It's not something you wanna be concerned with honoring through the tile installation, though.

Some manufacturers of such products have taken to recommending bond-breaker tape over such joints and you can do that if you like. But for most of the years I've been paying attention to most of the manufacturers of such products there seems just no mention of any special treatment and I don't recall Noble being an exception. See my warranty information below.

My opinion; worth price charged.
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CX you make me feel better. I appreciate your unrelenting dedication to helping people like me.
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