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Unread 01-01-2019, 05:13 PM   #80
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Is there a specific reason why?
Tile likes surfaces that don’t move, at all. If you’re going to use Schluter Kerdi, you don’t need corner bead or any other corner treatment. You’re Kerdi band or Kerdi membrane will serve to bind both surfaces together just fine. Additionally in order to make the corner bead stick to the curb you’d probably need some product like Kerdi Fix to bind it with no movement whatsoever, then on top of it you need a product like Hydro ban or redguard to make the surface satisfactory for the Kerdi to stick to it. It just adds an extra layer of complexity and area of potential fail.

The first thing you have to ask is does the manufacturer recommended it? The answer is no. So save yourself a step

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