I'm attempting to tile my house floor and would appreciate some
In order to tile over a crack, is it best to use a 'fabric' to cover
the crack, or the type of 'thinset' that allows for movement?
Your help will be appreciated.
Sorta depends on the type and size of the crack. check with someone locally
to be sure.
Do you have a newer home with a pre or post tension slab? If so better
contact a third party for an inspection
Fabric is definitely out.
If you got sum Crack on the floor, you dont want to tile over it.
That would be such a waste. Get a straw and snort it up your nose
before you do the tile. You'll get a good buzz and feel good when you
do the tile. If you dont want to snort it, I will snort it for ya.
but dont tile over it. Crack is too cool to waste.
NYC Homeboy 1987 - 2005
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