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I had the exact same problem at the beginning of this year, except I was hanging mine in the hallway. I plastered the snot out of the board with painters tape and put a few command strips on the edges, it held :D that may work for you, plus it leaves no marks and handles high traffic (I have VERY immature friends and they used it a lot) Hopefully your story ...
How to remove construction adhesive from concrete? Is there any other reason it is furred-out (electric runs, ect.)? It looks like someone tried to scrape a little, gave up and furred it. At the state it's currently in, I'm guessing your trying to see if this is a possibility or whether you are going to have to reuse the furring strips also. I see a few ...
in my experience, let it dry first - just as you would let joint comound dry...dry to the touch and firm. I've pushed the envelope on a couple of occassions and what enbds up happening is the thinset shrinks as it dries, sucking the tile in, and causing a hairline crack.
Have you looked at 3M command adhesive strips? They hold very well but are easily removable later on.
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