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Old 04-08-2011, 10:45 AM   #1
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Im pretty sure this is a stupid question, but.....is it possible to move the shower curb out a few inches after the preslope, pan liner and the pan are already done? I was thinking,..... maybe, i could knock the curb away from the bed, add some mud to continue the edge of the preslope.... then extend the vinyl (is that possible) to come back over the curb or maybe use red guard or something to continue it. And then fix the finish layer of mud. or maybe just forget about the liner (but leave it in there) and then red guard the whole thing (walls, floor & curb)after extending all of the mud work. I want to move the curb so badly that I have convinced myself that this could be a possibility. Just grasping at straws hoping that someone will tell me ,No problem!...... Not likely.

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Hey I know you from another site. Wow . are you kidding

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Ok...I ended up ripping everything out and starting over. I moved the curb out & put a new liner in. Its much better. I do have another question, how do you tape the junction of backer board and drywall? Do you just fill the gap with thinset, mesh tape and then cover with joint compound ?
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