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Unread 04-20-2021, 06:44 PM   #12
Lou_MA
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Thanks for all the great advice

Reason I’m leaning towards mud & Hydroban is in part just due to comfort level. I started on my own almost 10 years ago but can count on one hand the number of pvc liner and conventional clamping drain showers I’ve done...the bulk of my work has used surface applied membranes. And I like being able to prep and set almost all the walls without the worry of working over a partially or fully completed shower pan.

Tile replacement over surface applied membrane is a valid concern though. Although I’m slow as molasses so extra working time during setting is a definite advantage for me.

And yeah Justin - that IS ridiculous. You know I’m still gonna try and mimic it though
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