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  1. Plumbing
    I'm using DensShield in a Tub/Shower installation. The boards are up and my next step is sealing the seams, edges and openings. Seams will be mesh and thin-set, as per the mfr's instructions. For the edges and openings they advise caulking (and many people insist on 100% silicone). However...
  2. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    Remodeling a bathroom with new shower with one exterior shower wall. That wall is existing typical w/faced insulation and 1/2" greenboard drywall. Want to avoid tear out of existing drywall. Considering two approaches; 4mil poly behind hardieboard (concern is could be a double vapor barrier)...
  3. Building & Construction
    I just pulled down a brand new (professionally) tiled shower in preparation for redoing the lousy tile job. The backing was Denshield, but when I removed it from 2 out of 3 walls, the external (yellow) side was really wet. Now, in both cases, there was a vapour barrier in place, which the...
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