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ben-e 06-08-2010 05:31 PM

Just found a product while searching the web called "Ardex Liquid Backerboard". Sounds like just what I need if it is a good product. Anyone ever used it?

ceramictec 06-08-2010 06:28 PM


people could help you if they could follow what your doing.
you have like 3-4 threads going about this project and I even answer you once but now I'm lost.




cx 06-08-2010 06:47 PM

Ben, I believe we've discussed this problem with starting a new thread with each new question and how it makes it more difficult for our folks here to respond helpfully to your questions because they can't see any history nor what's been previously asked and answered.

I've combined the most recent five threads here as they appear to be from the same bathroom project. Please bookmark this thread and use it for all your project questions. Thanks. :)

Davy 06-08-2010 07:50 PM

Ben, you may have to run the floor out of level a little and trim the cove like you talked about. You can still float the floor up to get it a little better and let it come up maybe 3/4 to 1 inch in the doorway. Then use a row of wood cedar shingles under the carpet and right against the tile. With the fat end of the shingle against the tile, it will ramp the carpet up to the tile height.

ben-e 06-08-2010 07:53 PM

Sorry to confuse anyone, I didn't realize all my questions about 1 project would be lumped together, even if they are about different problems. Cx, you can erase the whole thing if you would like. I will figure it out on my own.

ceramictec 06-08-2010 07:56 PM

Well we are here if you need us :corn:

ben-e 06-08-2010 08:10 PM

I really appreciate everyones help. I guess between working 10 hr days, doing bids, taxes, paperwork, and raising kids etc... I might ask a question in a new thread about a new problem that I encountered on a job that I had asked a different question about earlier. Then when they get lumped together, including a question I asked about uncoupling membranes in a different thread, it looks like I am crazy. I will keep better notes next time I need help, so cx won't need to scold me.

cx 06-08-2010 08:43 PM

Not scolding, Ben, just trying to help you help us help you. We've gotten a pretty good handle over the years on what works more efficiently for our visitors and our all volunteer army of helpers.

Give it a try and see if it doesn't work well for you, too. :)

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