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Unread 05-22-2019, 07:39 PM   #6
Lou_MA
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Think I made a mistake today, looking for advice.

I’m tiling a shower, and set the walls first based off a ledger board. I pulled the ledger and covered the screw holes with a smear of Kerdi-Fix that basically ended up right under the bottom row of tile.

Went to go pack the pan and realized that I should’ve started the ledger one row higher. The Kerdi Fix smears are within 1-2” of the pan. So when I Kerdi-band the pan / wall joint, there won’t be a fleece-to-fleece connection at those spots.

Any thoughts?

I’m thinking I could try to cleanly Kerdi Fix a patch of kerdi band just over the smears. Then Kerdi band as usual. Seems like the screw holes are already waterproofed, so I don’t need to get the 2” overlap with any patch, just use the smallest size possible. Am I right in thinking I just need to make sure any Kerdi Fix is covered up - ??
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