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Old 03-26-2014, 12:41 PM   #1
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Bathroom tile, sub-floor resurfacing help


I just tore out tile in my bathroom - they had tiled stone over old ceramic tile .

After removing both layers of tile, i'm left with a rough cement subfloor that is fully coated in quick-set. Picture attached.

I live in a condo so chiseling out the quickset might be too loud. What's the best approach here, can I install new tile over this by first applying self leveling floor or just filling the gaps with quick-set when i re-tile?


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