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Old 10-28-2011, 08:26 AM   #1
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I have removed ceramic tiles which were installed over concret. Some of the thinset has remained stuck to the concret. Since I am in a condo, I have to use a sound proof underlayment. I am using cork. My qustion is...can I put down a level compound over the old thin set and then lay the cork on top of that and finally my ceramic tiles?

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You could, but why spend the money? Why can't the remaining thinset be removed?

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