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Hi all,

I’ve got three bathrooms to tile using 3.8mm Winckelmans porcelain hexagons (25mm). The substrate is fibre cement sheet over floorboards.

What’s the best type and size of trowel to use for a tile this thin? I was thinking a 4mm std. notch trowel. Does anyone have a better suggestion?

Many thanks,
 

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