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Old 07-14-2009, 08:44 AM   #1
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Insulation Behind Tub Area Walls


So I have the tile all demo'ed, studs exposed. The fiberglass insulation is not in bad shape, but its texture is a bit "mushy" when you squeeze it. Easy enough to rip out and replace with new. Possible it may have been exposed to moisture. So, should I replace with new fiberglass insulation or use some other material, perhaps foam board? Ideally, something that would prevent future mold or mildew growth because of exposure to high humidity. I will use cement board and thin set mortar in front of it, but I think it may still be exposed to moisture.
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Insulation Behind Tub Area Walls


What about that foam insulation. I do not think that stuff absorbs water.
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