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Old 11-27-2018, 08:45 PM   #3055
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I canít speak for Laticrete obviously, but in my experience with the product itís quite thick and sticky.
Iíd prefer to wait until the next day to apply it.

If one was to roll the product over a fresh bed I think the roller would pull the mud apart.
They also came out with a rapid setting mortar bed for shower pans as well. I doubt Iíll use that personally, Iím happy enough with my own brew.

I believe using their rapid mortar bed and quick cure Hydroban you could in theory float a pan and waterproof/flood test it in a day.
Iíd have to look into it more to be sure, but I believe thatís the idea.
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