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Old 10-07-2018, 06:51 PM   #16
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Passed, water line didn't drop at all. Test pan didn't loose a drop at all either. Time to tile...not tonight, tonight is scotch!
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Old 10-19-2018, 06:58 AM   #20
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Just picked up my marble top for the curb. When I installed the Kerdi curb I used 1/8" spacers to tilt it toward the drain, wondering if 1/8" is enough or should I tilt the marble another 1/16"? Or am I over thinking it?
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The curb’s, what, maybe 4 or 5” wide? The 1/8” would give you a bit more than the desired 1/4” per ft slope. If using a glass door, adding too much slope could make any brackets for the glass, especially if it’s a slider, a bit problematic. Surface tension will still hold some water on the curb; the goal is to get it to run back to the shower pan, not the floor outside.
I think you’re over thinking it.
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