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Old 06-23-2012, 02:46 PM   #46
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Either #15 felt or 6 ml polly is required behind the cbu, unless it is waterproof coated on the tile side.Yeah there will be extra mudding to do. I was thinking of putting up beadboard wainscotting half way up the wall, in which case I would just use hot mud and primer (not completely finish) most of the drywall, which would be covered by the beadboard.Still undecided, however.
I guess they do things differently wherever you are. Your "waterproofing" behind the cement board isn't doing much good if it doesn't actually cover the studs which are still in plain view.

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I didn't see this last post. I did cover the studs, the strip on the inside corner is a strip of 1/4" I decided to add after I had put up the felt. To shim it out a bit. I know it would have been better under the felt, but I figured as long as the actual studs were covered I would be ok.I did shim the back wall under the felt. The uncovered outside stud is an uncovered 1 1/2 " of a double which is actually outside of the tube.
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So I finished this project awhile ago and I am now going to start on the next BR. I am happy with the results and more importantly so is my wife. I plan on starting a new thread for help with this new project. Thanks everyone for your help.
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