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Unread 12-17-2020, 08:34 PM   #151
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Hi -

I found that when I test fit the tray the slope was very slight to begin with but I had already cut it down so there was no returning it- and after I put it in I feel like the slope to the drain is so slight that I actually question if it is sloped at all. I’m doing a shower in my house now and plan to do a mortar bed. (Tomorrow actually). If you haven’t put the tray down yet I recommend returning it and doing a Mortar bed. I thought the tray would be easier but it wasn’t. Plus, I had to cut the tray down so the perimeter wasn’t even. A mortar bed is just better. At least, that was my experience.


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Unread 12-17-2020, 08:59 PM   #152
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Welcome, Rich.

Hope you'll start a thread for your project. Any information you get here will be lost on your project and we wouldn't wanna lose any more relevant information.
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Unread 12-17-2020, 10:32 PM   #153
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Hmm, as long as it drains properly I think it should be ok. I'll look into it but being my first shower I wanted it to be as easy as possible and use all the prefabs available. I'm definitely gonna have to trim it as well so we'll see.

cx, thanks I definitely will create one soon
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