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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. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    Hi, I'm building a barrier-free shower in my basement. The floor is concrete (poured 6 months ago) The frame is 20ga equivalent steel. I got 5/8in DensShield for the walls and ceiling. I like the Fiandra Beige 12 in. x 24 in. Glazed Porcelain Floor and Wall Tile for the walls, but did not buy...
  3. Drywall & Plaster
    The shower pan in my master bath started leaking and I am replacing it with a new shower pan because fiberglass was weak and flexing. So I took out a row of 12" cultured marble tile and replaced the shower pan. The drywall at the bottom of was bad so I went up another row to get to sound backing...
  4. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    I'm going to replace my current fiberglass tub with a tile shower, and replace the particle board/laminate/Pergo flooring with tile. I need some help with the fine details before I finalize all my purchases and really get going with the demolition. There's pretty much one question per...
  5. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    Hi, I am remodeling my shower area and I am down to the studs. I was considering using Hardibacker, but have heard that Densshield is easier to use. In the past, I have found Wonderboard messy and difficult to trim. I have two questions. First, I am trying to make smooth transition...
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