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Unread 04-29-2021, 04:23 PM   #83
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Originally Posted by DAVY
First, make sure that 2x4 is straight. So many times it's the board and not the mud. Also, make sure you don't have a hump in the mud at the ends that is causing it to look like a dip. Thinset isn't designed to fill in dips but we've all done it, especially if it less than 1/4 inch deep.
Thanks Davy, checked and 2x4 is straight (also checked with metal straight edge with same result). Also no high spots on ends causing issse….but I had not thought of that.

So, with that figured out, would it be best to level that area with skim coat and let dry OR just beef that area up when setting curb tile? Does it make a difference either way?
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