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Old 03-02-2009, 08:56 PM   #1
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Tile to tub transition


Has anyone used the Schluter Dilex-AS trim piece for the the tub to tile joint? I have been through two different caulks(DAP and GE) and both have failed after a few months. I filled the tub and let each cure 24 hours before use, but both came loose from the tub. I'm ready to tear the entire tile job out because I want to get rid of the shower doors and am just looking for a better way to seal this joint.

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The caulk needs to be 100% silicone and the surface it's put on needs to be clean and dry. Not towel dry, hair dryer hot dry.
I've never had an issue with a fresh tube of GE silicone caulk.
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