Jun 17, 2023 9:41 am
I'm putting a new floor in my kitchen, slate flagging on a standard concrete slab. I have allowed for a bed thickness of up to 20mm to accommodate the different thicknesses of the slate flags. But what is the appropriate sand to use when I mix the mortar for the bed? Brickies, plasterers or something else?
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