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Old 11-13-2017, 12:16 PM   #4
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It would probably be best just to use one product to do the whole thing, which would have to be either a self-leveling compound that can be troweled down to nothing, or something like Ardex Feather Finish.

Both of those are fast-setting, which means you have about 15 minutes to get them down once you add water, so have everything ready before you start. You might use something to mark the level of the compound within the shower, such as masking tape, a sharpie, or even some brad nails.

I'd use a straight edge to work the material off and get it flat and level before it sets.

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