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Hi everyone,

i am not a contractor, and i know i don't belong in this forum. I have posted my question on other forums, but no one seems to take it seriously. I have read some post on this forum, and i found you guys are very experienced and educated on this area.So, i hope you can guys can give me a hand here...

i am planning to put tiles on my second stores kitchen's floor.
i have pulled out the previous vinyl floor and other wood board.
As you can see from the pictures i have uploaded, the kitchen's floor are left with slat wood(i think) and some 3/4 plywood around the exit door area.
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should i perform the following steps to tile my floor?
1) screw down 1/4 pine plywood on the floor
2) use cement mud the gaps between the plywood
3) use latex primer to prime the plywood
4) level the floor with self-leveling compound
5) install Dita underlayment
6) then install the tiles....

any help would be nice
Thank you
Phil
 

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Hey Phil,

More to it than what you are asking.

Better off calling a Pro....

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