Leveling around Toilet Flange with Grout or Thinset?
Just layed floor tile with mortar. I was wondering about the Toilet flange I'm replacing.
I had previously already raised it up because it was 3 inches below with some cement. The area around the sewer pipe is still about a 1/4 inch beneath the tile.
This makes the toilet flange over the sewer hole a little unlevel.
Could I use GROUT (or THINSET) to level the tile floor up the extra little space to before putting in the new Toilet Flange?
which is more porous grout or thinset?
which is stronger and more structural?
if they are too porous for under the toilet would it make sense to put a sealer over it? I have redgard or I could just paint silicone caulk over it?
I just used the thinset. I wanted to use grout, but realize that either way its not gonna be seen so i'm guessing thinset is stronger for the toilet to rest on
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