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Unread 01-13-2020, 06:07 PM   #4
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Ah! Understand. I was thinking flood waters which rise up, to which I'm accustomed, rather than thems as flow down.

My advice about talking with a product manufacturer remains the same. Hopefully you can even get them to send a rep to assess your floor and make product recommendations.

If the floor is essentially un-damaged, they're likely to recommend a sealer or primer or both and then one of their thinset mortars. They'll almost certainly recommend their most expensive mortar, which may not really be necessary, but if you want them to stand behind the installation (witch they might actually do), you're gonna need to follow their recommendations to the letter.

A geographic location in your User Profile is always helpful.

My opinion; worth price charged.

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