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  • This stuff worked great. Quick tip, if you are using spacers you only need to use the flat system...
  • December 05, 2017
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This stuff worked great. Quick tip, if you are using spacers you only need to use the flat system the part b there is no use and buying the other stems because your gap is bigger than 1/16.

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Frank

12 out of 12 people found this helpful
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  • Great system...these are similar to another slippage system on the market that costs more and per...
  • March 03, 2018

Great system...these are similar to another slippage system on the market that costs more and performs even better in my opinion. I feel like I can crank down on the spinner when necessary with the Ridgid system mores than the other guys red spinners. The construction of these stems seems better and I have far fewer accidental pops with them. Highly recommend for the novice and the seasoned pro.

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DoggieDaddy

45 to 54, Male
10 out of 10 people found this helpful
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  • This product seems to work way faster and easier than the QEP system. Only one device per inter...
  • January 16, 2018
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This product seems to work way faster and easier than the QEP system. Only one device per intersection. Very easy to build sufficient clamp load not easily achieved on the QEP without a tool. No CONS with this system.

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DaveinMI81

6 out of 6 people found this helpful
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By: DaveinMI81
  • DIYer.... love home projects. First attempt at porcelain LFT and really want the project to turn...
  • August 05, 2018
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DIYer.... love home projects. First attempt at porcelain LFT and really want the project to turn out right. Did alot of research and glad I did because I knew nothing about "lippage". Decided to purchase Rubi anti lippage leveling system, basement bathroom is the trial run. Super easy to use, exactly how it's shown in the home depot video. All tiles are leveled. WORTH THE INVESTMENT!!!!. Highly recommend!!

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kts157

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  • I've used this product for two projects now. And I am a contractor so I've use many leveling syst...
  • October 03, 2018
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I've used this product for two projects now. And I am a contractor so I've use many leveling systems over the years, but this one seems to work the best. Do note that it will only correct up to about an 1/8"-3/16". Also you will still need to use spacers on larger tiles on the wall. I do admit that it definitely makes the projects much more level and save you quite a bit of time.

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Mike

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By: Mike
  • These work great. You must set the tile on a flat and prepared sub floor or wall and the proper u...
  • April 17, 2019
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These work great. You must set the tile on a flat and prepared sub floor or wall and the proper underlayment. You must use the correct size notched trowel for the tile. Example-these are usually designed to be used with larger tile. Not with small subway tile. 18x18, 6x24 woodplank and 12x24 (or larger) tile should be using a 1/2in notch trowel to set. Large tile are usually bowed and this makes sure there is coverage under the tile. I see reviews here where people cant get the tile to sit flat on the floor using these. Guess what. You need more thinset under the tile. Set the tile and slide these under the edge. These pull the tile up (yes up) and on plane to each other. Tighten well, clean as much of the squeezed out thinset as possible from the grout lines before you move on. Break off the next day in the direction of the grout line. I have have used thousands of these and other brands. They work great but dont make up for poor tile installation knowledge or poor floor or wall conditions. All these systems are meant to deal with the issues of larger tile not poorly prepared surfaces.

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Mz

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By: Mz
  • OK, I'm not a tile pro, but have done my share of bathroom wall tile. Finally working on floors a...
  • June 12, 2018
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OK, I'm not a tile pro, but have done my share of bathroom wall tile. Finally working on floors and wanted to ensure the tile was level and without lippage (I've seen some cheap/fast jobs that you could trip over the edges it was so bad). I've seen several pro systems that seemed expensive or used a special tool. This Rigid LevelMax setup seemed dead nuts simple and priced right for the DIY crowd. I picked up a set of the reusable top "cones" and one package of the "brick" and one package of the "flat" sacrificial stems. It took me a couple of tiles to get the hang of it AND remember to install them while placing the tiles. I did overtighten one and snapped the white stem off. The rest of them tightened up and really made the tiles (large 12x24) look nice and even. I was really happy with my work. That is until I had to remove them. Watching the Rigid video it appears you can simply kick them away. I don't know if I had excessive mortar in the grout joints or at 49 I just don't kick like I used to, but the first few I kicked took my like four or five tries to break. I even had two break off leaving white plastic above the grout line (didn't break at the score). I finally figured out the tricks to this though. I went around and gave each cone a little more twist (to prevent flexing of the white threaded shaft) and then when I kicked them free I kicked them in line with the grout line, not against them, then the rest all broke with just one or two kicks. All in all I will use them again and was happy with the results, just had a bit of a first time learning curve is all.

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MustangMan

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  • this is by far the best spacer and leveling tool for tile I ever used. I am building a new house ...
  • March 14, 2018
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this is by far the best spacer and leveling tool for tile I ever used. I am building a new house and have used these in all the areas I have tiled. there are other types of levelers out there but this is the easiest. They are also fast and easy to remove just use your boot and you are done.

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Talon

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By: Talon
  • It's about time someone came up with a better system for spacing and leveling tile, without costi...
  • October 20, 2017
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It's about time someone came up with a better system for spacing and leveling tile, without costing an arm and a leg. These new spacers and levelers from RIDGID do just that...and they WORK! These have made my tile jobs SOOOO much better and easier. Take it from a 30 year tile guy... these do the job better than anything I've used before. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! (NOTE: I'm posting this same review on all of the components for this system, because they all work together in a fantastic way!)

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John

45 to 54, Male
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By: John
  • Very helpful and easy to use. Could lay quite a few tiles, then go back and tighten these leveler...
  • February 05, 2019
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Very helpful and easy to use. Could lay quite a few tiles, then go back and tighten these levelers. Made work quicker and very level at the same time.

JD

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By: JD