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Unread 05-18-2016, 10:17 PM   #3
CaliGrown
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Thanks for the reply Jim,

Thats what I planned on doing with the slope. When sloping all the walls toward the drain; since the distance from the drain varies from wall to wall, the mud would have directional slope toward the drain at each point away from the drain. Wouldn't this make it so that the mud would not have a horizontally level perimeter along each of the walls, aside from the 2.5" section of mud directly next to the linear drain?

Thanks for confirming a 3/8" slope for the pebble tile. Normally I install the wall tile after the shower pan tile, but after seeing pictures of pebble installs, it looks like the pebbles are installed after the wall tile, is that right? Would assume to caulk the joint between wall and pebbles after grouting the walls and pebble floor.

Thanks again,
Chris
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