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Unread 06-23-2020, 07:15 PM   #46
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I'd probably go with this one, which covers bathroom remodeling from beginning to end. It's in two parts, but you can get them both at the same time and save a little scratch.

It's been a while since I've read it, so I can't remember what it covers in regard to waterproofing. If there's very little of that included, I would then recommend the Kerdi Shower book. The Kerdi book starts with the assumption that you have all the knowledge needed in the bathroom remodeling book.

Given your knowledge and skill level, I would recommend you invest some time in reading these books and have a good grasp of what you're doing before you begin. You don't have to have a detailed list of every step, but you should always know the direction in which your headed.

Of course, you can always start a thread here during your remodel, and ask as many questions as you want.
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Hi All,

Everything I've written points to the Kerdi Shower System, and that's what I would still recommend. For someone who has never touched tile before, start with the Kerdi Shower Book.

Thanks for your interest.


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