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Hi all,
Regarding soft expansion joints.
I understand that if a screed has expansion joints you have to follow them through the tile.
If the screed doesn’t have any. Do the soft joints have to be straight or can they follow the edges of the tiles if you’re doing say brick bond or random bond?
Hope this makes sense.
Thanks
 
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Ive done soft joints on herring bone floors following the joint pattern
 

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Nice and quick that one :D
 

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