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Old 03-01-2007, 09:47 PM  
dennisc31
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Default Bathroom Floor

I'm re-modeling a bathroom.

I have discovered that the bathroom floor is made up of what looks like concrete with a ceramic layer on top, the ceramic layer being approximately 0.05 to 0.1" thick. The ceramic layer is textured to look like 1" square tiles.

I think that the concrete is about 0.375" thick and is laid on a sub-floor of plywood.

I have attached three photographs as .JPEG files

Has anyone ever come across this kind of surfacing before?

If so:-

How do you get it up?

Can you get it up without damaging the plywood sub-floor?

Thanks.



bathroom-floor-1.jpg   bathroom-floor-2.jpg   bathroom-floor-3.jpg  
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