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Old 07-06-2012, 10:40 AM   #16
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:09 AM   #17
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Sorry for the delay, Wally. I'm on the road, and our administrator is on vacation.

Tile Bathroom Remodeling deals mainly with an elaborate elliptical shower and bathroom that I constructed and tiles in my own home using Schluter Kerdi-Board and Peruvian travertine tiles. The floor is indeed a curbless walk-in mud floor, but it's in the shape of a peanut -- not square or rectangular.

I'll be happy to answer a few additional questions if you start a thread in the Advice Forum.
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He's got a project thread here, John.
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Thank You Ill continue on My original project thread.
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wow this is john's bathroom???
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Does anyone know the chapters in this book? Does the book explain how to start from scratch regarding building your own mud pan. I was thinking of purchasing it, but would like some reviews if anyone has any to offer.

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Hi Alex,

If you've looked at the pictures of the book cover you know that the shower in question is an irregular shape with lots of curves. So yes, the book does illustrate and explain how the mud floor is done.
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