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Moisture Resistant Plaster Board or Standard?

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by jonmc1980, 19 Jun 2014.

  1. jonmc1980

    jonmc1980

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    Hi all, I'm hoping I can get some advice. I am planing to split my spare bedroom in to a shower room and box room. There will be a stud wall separating these. On the shower room side of the wall I'm planning to use moisture resistant plaster board, is it worth also using this on the box room side of the stud wall or will standard plaster board suffice? The walls will be skimmed. Thanks for any advice!
     
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    No need for mrpb on the box room side.
     
  4. roy c

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    I would not use MR board in a shower ,Did you mean you are boarding the shower with MR board then tiling on top of it?
     
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