shower. Wednesday , February 15th , 2017 - 13:23:24 PM
The bathroom is considered the wettest room in the house with moisture from showers and water from sinks and toilets making its way on to the floor and walls. To help prevent moisture damage from shower enclosures the seams need to be waterproofed to help keep the water out.
These showers come with a quiet steam generator, which makes the bath more enjoyable. The typical shower enclosures include four walls, the ceiling, and the nuts, screws, and bolts, which are required to keep everything together.
The next step involves applying the waterproof silicone around the fixtures and fittings inside the enclosure and the outside where the enclosure fits up against the floor and wall. To do this correctly you need to insert the silicone waterproof cartridge in the caulking gun and screw on the nozzle. Using your Stanley knife you need to remove the tip of the nozzle (about 1-2cm) at a slight angle. Once this has been completed the triggered on the caulking gun can now be pressed to release the waterproof silicone for application around the seals and joints.
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