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  • #16
    Re: Pre-Sloping Shower Pan

    Well... I trimmed the drain pipe down so I can fit the adapter and the new drain on. I put on the adapter. Left it to dry so I can put a coat hanger around it or something to lift it up before putting the drain on.

    That's it so far. Need to go shopping for the fixtures. I want to put in the new fixtures and the walls before I pour the floor and put down the PVC liner. Since the pre-slope concrete is going to be quite thin around the drain, I don't want to be standing on it while doing the other work and I don't want to be doing much of anything on top of the liner and risk putting even the tiniest tear into it.

    This weekend I plan to finish the drain. Then go shopping for some fancy new fixtures...

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    • #17
      Re: Pre-Sloping Shower Pan

      all the plumbing should be finished prior to sloping the sub floor. the slope and liner should be the last thing just before placing mortar/ tile.

      rick.
      phoebe it is

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      • #18
        Re: Pre-Sloping Shower Pan

        Just a thought. Why not buy a preformed sloped tray and shower curb. It looks like your area measures about 30" - 36" wide by 60" long?. Go to www.schluter.com to find out more.

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        • #19
          Re: Pre-Sloping Shower Pan

          I also have some products and/or services I'd like to peddle in a 5 year old thread.

          Please email me at I'mreallynotaspammer,seriously@pleasemakeitstop.co m

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          • #20
            Re: Pre-Sloping Shower Pan

            Originally posted by bclint View Post
            Hi. If you're concerned about the hgt. of the step (ok in my opinion) add a small step on the inside!

            i just finished remodeling my bathroom... built a custom shower and for me... curbless is the only way to have safe unbroken unbruised toes!

            i'm loving it... every stepless of the way!

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            • #21
              Re: Pre-Sloping Shower Pan

              I do My own pans. Go to a tile supplier and use the pre slope Kit. NOT LOWS OR H.D.
              A must Michael burns book on setting tile. Great section on How to do pans
              I can build anything You want , if you draw a picture of it , on the back of a big enough check .

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