DIY – How to Seal Around a Bath
December 17, 2011 § Leave a comment
That little strip of silicone between your bath and wall saves water from penetrating the walls and floors in your bathroom, which in turn saves the ceiling below being damaged.
Every now and then you really should check the silicone sealant because, like most things in life, it degrades over time. If the silicone sealant has degraded or is peeling away then you really should replace it. You could, leave it but the damage to your walls and ceilings will end up costing you much more time, money and effort to put right. It is always the little things that make such a difference.
So how difficult is it to replace the silicone sealant around a bath? You’ll be pleased to know this is one DIY job that anyone can do. From start to finish you’re looking at no more than 30 minutes, so you won’t be giving up much time either. To help you get this job done, see our guide below that provides full, step-by-step, instructions to help you.
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