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Removing tile/thinset for laminate install

Discussion in 'Garage / Workshop' started by Amo-cat3, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. Jun 19, 2013 at 9:15 PM

    Amo-cat3 [OP] Wizard Sleeve Master

    Jan 26, 2009
    Maui, Hawaii
    07 TRD Blown dubcab
    TRD Supercharged 4.0 w/ 2.7" URD Pulley, APR X1, AFE Stage II intake, DT Longtubes, MBRP 2.5" dual exhaust w/ Vibrant Ultra resonator, URD Y-pipe w/ vibrant v-bands (Cat free), Walboro 255 fuel pump, SS Oil catch can, Aeroforce gauges, Icon CDC 2.5 coilover set at 3", 1.5" Alcan aal, Light racing uca, 17x8.5 Fuel Anza 4.5" backspace/-6 mm offset, m/t atz 265/70/17, scanguage 2, AMP electric steps, bed extender, Low-pro tonneau cover, 20% tinted windows/headlights/taillights, tacoma seat covers, Image dynamic sound system w/ Pinoneer avh3200 head, assrtd stickers................
    Need some laminate floor advice:

    I just removed ceramic tile from my dining room (concrete subfloor) and pretty much have the thinset ridges scraped down. My concern is how flat does the thinset need to be grinded down for the floating floor (pergo XP).

    The grout lines are lower than the patches of thinset, will these ridges cause the flooring to wave out?

    Figured I'd ask since i have to wait until tomorow mornng to call manufacturer:)
  2. Aug 17, 2013 at 2:15 AM

    anotherreject Well-Known Member

    Nov 1, 2011
    it might have been easier to leave the tile and put the laminate over it
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