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PostPosted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:59 pm 
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Might it be worth deleting replies and locking the original post so it stands alone?????????


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 6:43 pm 
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royaloakcarpentry wrote:
Might it be worth deleting replies and locking the original post so it stands alone?????????



:dunno: My post about the weight of grout still stands.

I recently did a 3m sq tiling job where I used approx 1kg dry weight grout..and had left overs.

I think it should stand as a post and people should be able to add to it as they see fit...

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 10:12 pm 
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a 300X300 tile 6mm thick would have less grout than a 300X300 tile 10mm thick., too.

It still isn't bas as a beginners guide or DIY guide, though.


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wine~o wrote:
royaloakcarpentry wrote:
Might it be worth deleting replies and locking the original post so it stands alone?????????



:dunno: My post about the weight of grout still stands.

I recently did a 3m sq tiling job where I used approx 1kg dry weight grout..and had left overs.

I think it should stand as a post and people should be able to add to it as they see fit...


Can the mods please remove that part about grout weight as it is clearly wrong.

I put the guide up for no other reason than to help people out, I am gaining nothing from it.


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royaloakcarpentry,
maybe i got lucky but in my bathroom- which i am re doing- i put up plasterboard where the electric shower was for over the bath and tiled it and never had an issue. PS i put this up and done this bathroom 15 years ago long before i knew any different maybe i just got lucky :dunno: :huray:


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Great post, thanks! :thumbright:


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