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I think you need to treat this almost like a piece of flooring. I disagree with using thinset. I see two problems with that. First your sheets are too large. Second the board will be so rigid that it might lead to more dents. I would use 1/2 inch plywood like a high end granite install. Then I would glue down some foam flooring underlayment. Then ...


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I would handle this as a tile countertop. Instead of small 4x4 tiles you will be working with the larger slate sheets. This means, 3/4 plywood down as a base. Cement board on top of that and then thin set to attach the tiles. You can then trim the outsides in whatever you want. It can be wood, tile or metal. You can also use the slate cut into smaller ...



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