Thanks Cacher_Chick. The floor is wood so it's not practical to pour anything bigger than just the outline of the base. Thanks for the idea.
Last edited by leejosepho; 07-26-2013 at 01:59 PM.
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I have a floor where two pieces of tile spanned the toilet base and the two tiles were not level or even to each other. In my case it was not more then a 1/4 inch, maybe 3/16". I use those nylon shims that you can find in the plumbing parts section. After the install I then filled the gap with grout with enough pushed under the base where the grout would be a 1" or 2" under the base (to help support the weight). It also looks better than a big thick bead of caulking. The toilet flange should be set to the level of the highest part of the floor. With the other side of the toilet base shimmed up to level the of the flange you'll not have any leaks.