What is the best under layment cushioning for tile. I have seen a coat
of such at a place I frequent. I have tile, but I want to put down a
soft under layer over the old wood and then be able to adhere the tile
to the layer that is decent.
You don't want anything soft under tile; that's a recipe for broken tile
and cracked grout lines.
Usual stuff to put down over subflooring is concrete-fiberglass board
("Wonderboard" or equivalent). Very easy to work with, provides a hard,
level and stable surface that takes tile mortar well.
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