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Over-the-Rhine (often abbreviated as OTR) is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Historically, Over-the-Rhine has been a working-class neighborhood. It is among the largest, most intact urban historic districts in the United States.

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    Preparation Tiling over Glamrend/krend

    Good morning, Got a customer asking me to tile over ‘glamrend’ I guess it’s a silicone render with sparkly stuff in it. Just wondered if anyone ever come across it and or tiled over any other silicone renders? Was think just a coat of prime grip over the top but not exactly sure. Any help...
  2. S

    Tile advise over existing base

    I have a small bathroom that the tile was all cracked. It’s a second floor bath so over wood subfloor. There is no cement board only what appears to be very thick thinset. It’s lasted 30 years or so. Got tile off. Most of this set or concrete is intact. Can I go over that or do I need to go down...
  3. Peter P1234

    Tiling over existing flag stones

    Hi All, I'm hoping you can offer some advice to help solve an age related problem. I have an existing floor with concrete flag stone tiles, its only small around 4m2 and is used as the dogs area. The dog is getting on a bit now, and we'd like to add some underfloor heating so his bed & rug...
  4. Spbeatpoet

    Ditra over shower pan

    Aloha everyone. I've embarked on a bathroom remodel. I opted to use the hydro block shower pan and system. When I notched my joists and set my presloped pan, I've ended up flush with the existing wood subfloor. As such, now if I put any hardi board on top of subfloor, the transition to the...
  5. T

    Adhesive SLC over Durabase CI++. Have you?

    I'm interested to know if anyone has used SLC over Durabase CI++. I know that Schulter advise against using SLC over Ditra but is it the same with Durabase CI++? Having had a look at the technical data sheets etc there is no mention unlike Schulter who state not too. I also note from comments on...
  6. H

    Natural Stone Tile over Limestone or remove and start again

    My bathroom currently has Limestone which was laid on marmox, we are now thinking of replacing with ceramic tiles. Tile shop says ok just to tile over it. This would save loads of work and it all seems secure. So, crack on and tile over or remove back to wall and apply new backer board? Cheers
  7. kazzos

    Aquadefense over Joint Compound?

    Hi folks. I hired a guy to hang and prep backerboard around my tub surround, so that I can start tiling it. However, when I came home I discovered that he’d used drywall mud/joint compound not only to connect the drywall to the backboard, but used it to feather down several inches to flatten...
  8. M

    Laying the new tiles over old tiles

    Hi. I would like to have new tiles over the old tiles in the bathroom. The old tiles are of glossy type. The first thing I did is I removed the gloss from them. I used an angle grinder with a diamond disc. You can see the results on the pictures. The new tiles are going to be 30 cm by 60 cm...
  9. T

    Tiling over quarry tiles.

    Hi everyone. I have a 1940's semi and i have been redecorating my front room, no its my own stupid fault for not checking what was under the carpet before starting ! After doing the decorating i lifted the carpet to find a quarry tile floor and now im stumped as to what to put over the top. The...
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    Granolithic finish over bitumen sheet membrane?

    Hi All, I have a job that requires me to cover up a pedestrian walkway in granolithic finish. However, the owner has already gotten his waterproofing contractor to install a bitumen sheet waterproofing membrane. I have read some disadvantages of tiling over bitumen, not sure if the same issues...
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    Hardiebacker over floorboards

    Hi all, Tiling my bathroom (wet room) floor, which will have an Impey tray. I have wooden floorboards and planned to make sure they’re movement free then overboard them with 6mm hardiebacker, screwed 9 per board. Is this right? Do I need to put flexible adhesive underneath the hardie? Thanks!
  12. CJ

    Bloody Adverts taking over

    Getting harder & harder to actually read posts on here, due to constant ads popping over everything. The bloody things just won’t stay still, and I end up clicking on what I’m not interested in.
  13. C

    Tiling over shiny ceramnic tiles..

    Hi folks... Had a call out a couple of weeks ago to a leaking from an enquire shower. Turns out they have tiled 600 x 300 porcelain tiles over nice shiny white ceramic tiles! The owners want a simple fix and don't want it all taking out, so I've managed to get the bottom row of tiles off and...
  14. C

    tiling over wood and concrete

    Hi I'm not sure about the best preparation to tile over an area that has both wooden floor and concrete (with underfloor heating in). I'm thinking about tiling with porcelain planks. should the prep be plywood with staggered joins (perhaps made of 2 layers glued with staggered joins) nailed to...
  15. andyp143

    Thin Porcelain Tiling over existing sheet Vinyl

    Hi there, I want to tile my small kitchen floor, it is around 7-8 square metres and has an existing sheet vinyl flooring that has been glued directly onto the concrete sub-floor. I have purchased porcelain tiles (600mm X 600mm) from Topps Tiles, and they advised that with a specific adhesive...
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    Using brick slips as a bathroom floor over old bitumen

    Hi there everyone. What a fantastic forum. I have taken out the bathroom in our 1930s bungalow. The floor was tiled, and well stuck down. Removing the tiles has revealed a layer of bitumen painted onto concrete. The floor is solid and isn't likely to move. My question is this...what kind of...
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    Natural Stone Do I need to SBR over SLC?

    Hi, Do I SBR over such before laying ditra then tiling? Have some bostik cementone so was going to prime it? How essential is getting the ration of the primer if I do need to prime it? Thanks
  18. halate

    Tiling Over DITRA, need to clean excess out of little square cutouts?

    Hey There, I'm tiling 3' by 6" ceramic tiles over DITRA in a herringbone pattern. I can only do several tiles at a time, because of time constraints. So I do a little area and place the tiles, but of course there's all the excess thin set from either spillage or just going a little too far...
  19. N

    Got to tile over OSB3, help!

    Hi, got to tile the floor of a small ( 12 ms ) new kitchen extension. The builders put down 18mm OSB3, glued and screwed, it ain’t coming up! Obviously would have liked plywood. What do you recommend as my best option, overboard with hardibacker, 6mm ply, or use a decoupler like Ditra? Any...
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    Preparation Tiling over tiles with lippage.

    Hi all. Advice would be appreciated on whether I should use some sort of levelling compound to even out irregular lippage on the existing tiles before I start, or whether I should be okay with back buttering or otherwise increasing/ decreasing the height of adhesive whenever I encounter a...
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