Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by snotty, Jan 11, 2019.
got it in the van.. holding up fine ..
Look good. What did you stick them down with?
We had some put down by the mighty John Lewis. They had to come back and redo some of it because we could make out a line where the sheets of ply they laid underneath met.
We got the hall done and the fellas were walking out with boxes of stuff we had paid for.. so liberated the surplus along with a half bucket of Amtico floor tile adhesive from them.. just laid itontop of a single piece of 10mm ply..
They should have still used leveller really bern , as it’s a potential stress point ? The chap that did ours insisted on using leveller !
John Lewis ? Surely not...
It’s held up pretty well since it was redone. Been down 10 years and looks like new.
It is good stuff.
Jenny’s second home.
They probably hired Dave Spit the local flooring guy to lay it...
Yeh tough old stuff init , believe or not we had a wall cupboard fall off last year bounced of the work tops and hit floor with a massive crash full of glasses n stuff and missed me by inches no damage to floor atall . Nearly finished me off thou I thought a plane had landed on us . Close one
its the new black
If the current stuff really is fine, then just prime, screed, tile
Colour blind tooo turquoise acter leee
Blu tack works well
The thing is you can’t just slap more latex down on some areas and not others. It needs to be a uniform depth within reason. So if you’ve got areas with chunks of tile missing, even though the latex will smooth it out you will see a dip or a raised area in the finished floor unless you are very careful
Unless you level using the patented Bulletooth Blu tack method, removes the need for screed in 99.7% of applications
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