Hi guys and girls. You may or may not have noticed that a thread I started a couple of weeks ago about a bad tiling job, has been removed. So I want to explain why I removed it and why I think we should revisit this one. Firstly, I found myself a little to personally involved and an unbiased point of view on my part went flying out the window. I think as a forum and it's members, we can pride ourselves on the way we maintain an unbiased attitude as a whole within the forum. I had it brought to my attention though, that perhaps we should not be too hasty to condemn someone and their work, regardless of how bad it is. And I agree. I think instead of scaring anyone away with our criticism we might focus on what went wrong and discuss this with the aim of providing a lesson to be learned by all, including the tiler in question and anyone else that will benefit from our observations on a job gone wrong. Of course I invite your honest views on this. But in the meantime I'll put the pics back to look at so we can observe what went wrong and how we might have avoided the mistakes in this particular case. For instance the stepped cuts between the bath. What may we have done to avoid this. Now I know that seems like a silly question to some of us, but to some it obviously is not. So, silly questions are welcome and the more you ask them the less mistakes you will make, and the less mistakes the more work you will get in the future.