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    Default Wet room waste

    Hi guys,

    Very quick question, I`m just about to tile my wet room floor former, where the tiles meet the square metal grate in the middle do i silicone the gap or grout? I`m guessing silicone but wanted to make sure.

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    Silicone the joint and make sure the tile edge is 1mm above the waste.
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    i would silicone mate
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