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Old 04-28-2010, 02:56 AM   #1
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Kerdi - to band or overlap?


For those that have used Kerdi membrane in their shower/tub surrounds...

Is it easier to cut the Kerdi to fit the walls and then use Kerdi-band on the joints or is it easier to just cut the Kerdi sheets to create the 2" overlap with the original sheets?

e.g. How difficult is it to work a 2" portion of a large piece of Kerdi around a corner? Is it easier to manage just working with sheets on flat surfaces and then use Kerdi-band in the corners?

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Chris P.

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