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Unread 05-29-2001, 04:54 PM   #1
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Hi, everyone and congratulations John on the new forum. I am removing part of a non bearing wall between a room with a 3/4" hardwood floor and a kitchen. I was planning to use 1" of mud and then thinset and tile in the kitchen. Cabinets will be installed 1/2" from the edge of the tiles, and base molding against the back of the cabinets will cover the transition. A 3/4" saddle will cover the rest of the transition. Is mud the best option with the cabinets close to the edge? If so, what should I use, if anything, between the mud and the wood floor to separate the two? The subfloor is 1x4 planks, which I can change if necessary. Thanks.
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