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Old 10-22-2009, 12:24 PM   #1
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18x18 travertine tiles with flat bottom


hey all, my father in law wants to install these travertine 1/4" slabs as tiles in the bathrooms. unlike most tile though, the bottoms of these slabs are not notched or grooved, they are flat. will this be a problem for a lasting installation?

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18x18 travertine tiles with flat bottom


That's how all stone tile is, just make sure you have 100% coverage and backbutter each tile with the flat side of the trowel as you set them.

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