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Unread 03-14-2013, 08:02 PM   #1
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Pictures of Schluter 4" Tile in Drain

Just got the new Schluter tile in drain a few weeks ago and wanted to see if anyone has any finished pictures.
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Josh, I will try to get one off a job next week. Here is a link to some discussion on it. http://www.johnbridge.com/vbulletin/...d.php?t=104692
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Unread 03-14-2013, 08:11 PM   #3
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Thanks Brad, I had been following that thread but wanted to see finished pics. I just installed one but didn't have a picture to post, I'll get one tomorrow. Just want to see some others.
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The only one we did is we took the 1x1 glass mosaic that we used for the border and applied it to the drain.....was a bit sketchy hanging it over the edge of the plate.
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I just picked up one of those drains last week myself. I'll be curious to see the pics as well!
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The one I just did was 1x1 Crossville and I thought the same thing so I used Latapoxy 310R on it , don't think it's going anywhere.
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Glass/superflex/drain 72 hrs to let the thinset bite then grouted. 7 more days to let cure..... Still concerned.
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Size:  34.9 KB This is how mine turned out, supply house told me another installer put one in and tiled to the lugs on the adjustment ring and had a 1/2" gap around the drain, talked to Schluter rep before I did mine and said to cut those lugs off , wander if this is a design flaw?
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Looks good Josh, I was thinking about this gettin one. Just looks kinda weird without the drain there but same with the tile-in linear drains. People will get used to it once they see it everyday in their shower
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