04:01PM | 07/07/02
Member Since: 07/06/02
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I have recently removed bathroom tiles from my wall and ended up having to replace the walls. We are also replacing the floor and I have a gap between the floor and the wall from where the tiles once was compensated for. I no longer have tile so what can I do for the gap so that I can replace the floor. The flooring is concrete.


04:46AM | 07/08/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
You left a lot unsaid. How big is the gap? Is this an interior or exterior wall?

Do you need filler for a large crack or are you asking for advice on some type of trim?

Have you installed new wall tiles or is it a painted wall or ? Is the new floor tiled or ?

[This message has been edited by rpxlpx (edited July 10, 2002).]


12:42PM | 07/10/02
Member Since: 07/06/02
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I am not replacing the tiles. The gap between the wall and floor is 2 inches. It is the interior wall and it is not below the wall it is in front of the wall all along where the base board should be. I do not know if I should cement it or not. I do appreciate your reply!


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