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Extract from Mapei.com.Why would I need to?
Because of its low absorption rate and that it needs to be burned in to the pores of the porcelain, like I mentioned in my first response in the previous thread.Surely says if required?
(Just playing COD I haven't clicked the link)
Certainly not digging you mate, honest, but you asked the question, that’s all Dan.Alright then that's that done eh.
with a 35x35 the buttering is not mandatory,I understand mate.
I wont be skimming them though. I'll make sure I check coverage as I've always done. But it's an S2 so it's going to cling to them well I think.
I thank you all for your advice though. As always.
I'll post some pics up ASAP. Not sure if I'll get round to it before my hols towards the end of the month but I'll see what spare time I have.
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