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Old 05-31-2011, 01:31 AM   #1
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I put in a tile ready pan and before I have tiled I have a lot of flex. Is the Schluter®-KERDI memebrane the answer?
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Old 05-31-2011, 02:19 AM   #2
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If you are talking about these products: http://www.tileredi.com/ then you might want to check out this old thread:

Tile Redi Shower pan question

If you look at the dates you'll see the thread was started over two years ago. Maybe they have made improvements since then.

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It doesnt seem as if they have made any improvements.
I was thinking of screwing the redi pan down and going over the pan with LATICRETE Hydro Ban.
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Still, if you're going to tile, any flex or movement will ruin it.
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Hopefully counter sinking the screws on the rib line will take the flex out. Then I would cover that area with red guard .
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Did you read the above link? The answer is there in Post #5.

I don't think liquid waterproofing will stick to the Tile-Redi product.

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