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Yesterday i got tiling done and lo here is the problem

Yesterday only i got new flooring in m bathroom but my mason dint gave sloes properly to let water flow properly and the water is getting collected please help the water gets collected mostly near my toilet tub

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Dont pay mason and have it redone to give proper slope to drain.

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