- 31 May 2009
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Just fit the 6mm, you’ve had the advice, you clearly want to fit the 6mm crack on
Thanks, I thought tray would go on top of the no more ply?.Wet boards (aqua panel) and final flooring goes on/down after the tray is in and fully sealed.
Personally I tank any wet area in a bathroom.
When I say final flooring, I mean the tiles/vinyl or whatever is to be the final floor finish which are usually cut up to the edge of the tray. Yes the tray would sit on whatever supporting material you decide to put in over the chipboard, for the tray to sit on.Thanks, I thought tray would go on top of the no more ply
Have asked before but still undecided, what’s the best product to put on top of a chipboard floor in a bathroom/shower tray?
Was thinking 6mm ply but there seems so many other options, no more ply etc?
Any advice would be appreciated.
Went for the no more ply in the end, then put the tray on top. The it uses is really strong and all seems good.What did you decide to go for in the end?
How did it turn out?
I have the exact same predicament. Have a fairly solid thick coated chipboard floor under a shower tray, but due to the larger than average hole cut for the waste there is one small area that has a very very slight flex in it. But its in no way a big enough problem to rip the floor out and replace. It's otherwise fine. Cant get in enough to fit more noggins.
But don't want to give a new tray any excuse to crack or flex. So thinking of laying ply on top for added strength.
Interested to know what you went for.
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