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Old 08-12-2019, 08:33 PM   #1
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Hey guys has anyone ever used a custom shower pan like this?https://www.showerbase.com/pages/tile-basin-more do these work better than making one from mortar? If so is this the best brand?
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Making a mud pan is an acquired skill.
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does that mean you think i should go with the prefabricated shower pan?
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Yes. You will be much happier with the result in the end.
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do you have any advice on what the best prefab shower pan is?
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I would look at one of the systems that is out there and use their pre-formed kit.

Schluter is probably the most well know and vetted at this juncture.
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I'm planning on using a kerdi pan for my next phase of the remodel.

https://www.diychatroom.com/f80/dura...5/#post5907157

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