Create a Waterproof Bathtub Wall for Less than $50
Every time I walk into the new bathroom we installed I know there is no way water will get behind the new subway tiles. It's reassuring to know that the bathtub remodeling project we performed was done correctly and will last the test of time. The super important step we took to prevent water damage was to apply RedGard. It costs less than $50 for 1 gallon and is totally worth every penny. To see how we applied it to our cement board visit my blog post http://www.homerepairtutor.com/waterproof-and-crack-resistant-bathtub-walls/
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Published August 21st, 2012 5:55 AM
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P chastain on Sep 18, 2016What type of sealer can you use on a tiled shower and bath after it is installed.?
Diana Deiley on May 01, 2017Great job. Looks terrific. Thanks for sharing.
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