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Hi Everyone, I've got a floor that is constructed with OSB. The construction is very rigid and solid. I also have a large number of old tomettes (natural clay, unglazed) that I would like to use on the floor. Any advise on laying, adhesives etc. would be gratefully received.
 
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Do not tile onto the OSB. you need to over board it with a tile backer board. Prime the boards and use
Flexable adhesive and grout.
 
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Hi Everyone, I've got a floor that is constructed with OSB. The construction is very rigid and solid. I also have a large number of old tomettes (natural clay, unglazed) that I would like to use on the floor. Any advise on laying, adhesives etc. would be gratefully received.
As above, it’s structurally unstable to tile directly to it. Check deflection and overboard with a suitable backer board installed to said requirements
 

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