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    Correct Way to Seal Shower Tray & Tiles

    Thanks, I think it is just the corner joint though where they used grout rather than silicone? That's bound to crack over time when silicone should have been used is it not?
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    Correct Way to Seal Shower Tray & Tiles

    Yes walls are tiled on plaster, i'm not sure what sealing they did behind the tiles (low expectations). My main concern is fixing the grouted vertical corners and the main gap at the bottom between tray/tiles.
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    Correct Way to Seal Shower Tray & Tiles

    Hi, I need to fix a shower cubical (bifold door + 3 tiled walls) that seems to have been badly bodged and incorrectly sealed on both inside & outside the frame and it's obviously all gone very wrong. I'm going to take everything off the walls, clean and reseal properly (hoping I can reuse the...
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    UPVC Door Drain/Weep Holes Leaking Inside

    Thank you! I just tried cutting a small hole in that seal and put some water in, there was a delay but it did come out that gap after several seconds externally rather than internally. So removing that all the way along should eliminate the problem :) Just need to work out how to remove it...
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    UPVC Door Drain/Weep Holes Leaking Inside

    Thanks, is it not possible there are outside drain holes blocked by that silicone seal strip? I'm a bit nervous about drilling fresh holes in.
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    UPVC Door Drain/Weep Holes Leaking Inside

    Hi, Really hoping someone can kindly advise me on how to fix this. Basically, the drainage holes in my upvc door frame end up draining internally into the adjacent skirting board, see here: Now, I guess firstly water should never get in here anyway right, so I should replace the gasket...
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