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  1. Flooring
    Hi Everyone, I have a condo build in 1946, complete with yellow and black vintage tile. The shower has a recessed soap dish and I currently need some advice on fixing the grout surround. The soap dish does not have evenly spaced grout joints; the left side is a normal thin line that matches the...
  2. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    Hello! I'm currently in the process of tiling the shower surround in my new bathroom. As per instructions I read, I gently sloped the shower floor towards the drain, then put down the shower floor tile. Now....... I am about to tile this back wall, and I don't know the "proper" way to...
  3. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    My elderly aunt has a shower in her cement slab basement with a cement shower pan. She uses this shower regularly b/c of easy access (only a tub upstairs). She (or rather my deceased uncle) has painted the shower pan several times over 40 years and, as expected, the paint has failed and the...
  4. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    Hello pros, I'm a newbie to the this site, but was hoping for some direction. I have a 60"x35" fiberglass shower unit that I am ripping out! I am going to tile the walls for sure! The question is to tile or not to tile the floor??? Researched internet and found bases that are tile ready, for...
  5. Remodeling
    Hello, this is my first real post in the forum and hope that it will help my situation. Thank you in advance for any replies... I have gutted my bathroom in the house I'm moving into and have just installed the tub and cement board around the tub. I thought I had taken into account the...
  6. General DIY Discussions
    We had a buch of cracked tiles on the floor of our shower. They have been cracked for awhile(don't ask how long). My husband recently removed all the cracked tiles and there is moisture under the tiles. It makes sense to me, as the tiles were cracked. The question is two fold. One, we have no...
  7. Flooring
    Had a leak behind the shower faucet right when the contractor had finished tiling and grouting our shower. Three days later, the grout still looked damp but we came to realize the grout had dried stained from wicking color or dirt from the hardyboard. My contractor removed the top layer of the...
  8. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    We discovered loose tiles in our stand-up shower, which led to the removal of the entire small ledge at the end of our shower where shampoo bottles and stuff go, along with two rows of tiles along the side of the shower. We had to remove all of the green board because it was crumbling; however...
  9. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    I have 4 - 8 inch granite corner shelves for the shower. They are 1 & 1/8 inches think, kinda of heavy. I am trying to figure out the best way to install them. I am in the process of tiling the bathroom & shower. I am planning on using the waterproof membrane "Kerdi" in the shower. I have...
  10. Drywall & Plaster
    Hi, I've gutted out my bathroom shower and am ready to put cement board up on the walls. My question is should I put cement board on the ceiling or just use green-board. I plan on not tiling the ceiling--just painting it. I was told Red Guard waterproof membrane is what should be spread on...
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