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Unread 09-22-2022, 05:28 AM   #2
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Hey Johnathon, My first question is did you bond the mud to the slab? Also the drain is usually bonded to the mud as well using thinset mortar did you do that?

The best way to get the mud out is usually just hitting it with a small sledgehammer to break it up and/or a prybar to work it underneath if you didn't bond it. The drain you'd be more delicate around, being plastic the mud should release fairly well from that. Scraping with a cold chisel or something similar.

The best part about a good thinset is it bonds really well, the worst part is it bonds really well and is a pain to remove.
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