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Unread 03-01-2020, 10:55 PM   #46
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Mmmm, PC? I think your "current project" is not in competition in Art's stated category of "bath remodel job," eh? I believe the time frame for competition in the "really a new house" category is not at all the same. Nice try, though.

I do know for sure we have a "bath remodel job" out there that exceeded four years before completion. No idea where to find it, so you just gotta take my word for it.

Or not.

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Unread 03-03-2020, 06:31 PM   #47
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As for the epoxy grout. Don't breath the dust! When mixing the components I would suggest an N95 mask. Where I live you can go to any hospital and they'll give you a disposable N95 mask, maybe you can do the same. It is very finely ground silica sand, very dusty if not careful and slow. You have, if I remember right, about 20-30 minutes before it starts to set, make sure you don't leave it on the face of the tile it's really hard to get off later. Epoxy grout may be a bit of overkill for standard residential use, however I was thinking of doing the same for a bathroom that previously flooded. We used to use it when I did tile for winery's to keep all the chemicals from seeping through

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