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Old 01-11-2013, 10:19 AM   #1
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How to slope floor for drain in Sauna

To all,

I've built a 7x10' sauna off the ground and plan on putting a drain in the center of one of the 7' walls. The floor is level and plywood. How do I go about creating a gradual slope across the room and direct water to the drain? I am planning on installing tile and was trying to determine if I could use cement board to create the floor or would I need to attempt to pour a floor?

It should be noted that I'm a novice carpenter.


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