Thanks would slightly packing the 4x2 be an option?
Would rapid set sand and cement be ok. If mixed at a 5 to 1 ratio.
Thanks. When building the base with 4x2 timbers would I be ok to pack the 4x2 with 1 or 2mm plastic Packers if needs leveling.
Excellent thanks you I will build a base with 4x2 and 18mm wbp ply. Do I need to seal the ply before I put a weak mix of sand and cement on to bed...
Thanks the trim not very good then?
When using shower panelling around a shower tray do people tend to silicone the bottom where the tray meets the panels. Or use the special tim you...
Are the sticky pad shower riser kits ok? Would it be best of stickall ing the pads on to the tray or as they sticky enough?
Thanks there small ones with a beval all around wonderd with the half tile whether the beval would effect the finnish on the trim. Also when...
Thanks, is there anything that can be used just to seal the boards without going down the full tanking route. Though I know this would be better.
It's been boarded with moisture resistant board. Is there anything I can seal it with?
If tiling brick bond in a kitchen I guess trim is needed where the tiling stops at the edge of the units as this would have a cut at the end? Also...
I've put moisture resistant flooring down. Would it be best to seal the moisture on with ova or fedbond?
Can you stick shower panelling straight on to moisturiser resistant plasterboard? If sealed first?
I did wonder whether the glass wash maybe trapped in the machine?
Thanks no it doesnt hold a huge amount of water at all.
But this suggest a waterless trap will allow air in when discharging?
Would a long run not need a way of drawing air in when discharged? To aid in discharge?
It's a glass washing machine.
For water to discharge on a long run it needs to be able to draw air in to the system?
Would be venting a long run to help it discharge. The run would have a waterless trap on it.
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