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Old 16-03-2017, 08:41 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post

What is "yes", what is "no"? I can add up to "not to break it". It's not just about the work is cheap, but about waste of time and the mess in the house. I (my chaan pun) had laid cement blocks (and somewhere also tiles) direct on older tiles of wall and bottom of swimming pool - by a simple cement with addition nam yaa (waterproof). No problem even after two earthquakes.


Yes .... the mess is a factor .

You know that Buddha shrine thing every home has ? Well we asked some somchais to build a base for a shrine ......... make a hollow square and then fill it up with broken waste we had from another bit of work .
They made the square but then instead of filling it with the mountain of broken cement , tiles et cetera they went around looking and they found our pile of new blocks for a wall and threw all those in and cemented over !!!!

Leaving us no blocks and still with a pile of broken crap . Hence I was thinking how to avoid adding more to the waste pile .

The helpful answers here are telling me I CAN tile onto tiles but it's not really the 'proper' way to go about things .
More of a somchai approach . God forbid.

Thank you peeples .



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