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I have a stone resin 900mm x 900mm tray to install on to a concrete floor. The floor is level and I've dug out the hole for the waste trap.

What method can I employ to secure the tray to the floor? It is going into a corner (brick walls) and will be ceramic tiles to the other 2 floor sides.

I am contemplating the use of silica sealant around the base lip to seal it to the floor as once the floor tiles are fitted the tray should have no lateral movement. A fair amount of silica sealant will also be applied to the 2 edges where contact with the walls will exist.

Is all this adequate or should/do I need adopt a different approach?


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