Nov 02, 2011 1:48 pm
I'm just about to begin the prep work on our laundry floor to complete our first reno.
At the moment the floor comprises quite simply ugly vinyl over concrete, the vinyl hasnt been glued or anything and from inspection there doesnt seem to be any kind of treatment to the surface of the slab.
I'm just wondering, do I need to apply some kind of waterproofing or other preparation to the slab itself?
Can I tile directly onto the concrete?
If I need to waterproof how do I go about that?
The house is all brick on a concrete slab, thanks in advance
Re: Tiling Laundry Floor - Waterproof?2
Dec 03, 2011 11:31 pm
Its a good idea to water proof any floor surface that has the potential to get wet, yes you can affix tiles to concrete providing you use the correct adhesives, I would also recommend you use a water proofing mixture into your grouting before applying the grout.
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