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Sealant around Bath - Help please

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lsa2 Fri 07-Aug-09 18:54:32

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HerHonesty Fri 07-Aug-09 19:25:59

are you removing the old sealant and leaving it to dry as long as possible... ideally at least 24 hours?

lsa2 Fri 07-Aug-09 20:00:13

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lsa2 Fri 07-Aug-09 20:32:41

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CyradisTheSeer Sat 08-Aug-09 10:14:42

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idranktheteaatwork Sat 08-Aug-09 10:18:54

BandQ and Homebase both do a plastic strip which has adhesive backing. It is the type that has a right angle bend in it and is flexible to allow it to be fitted easily.

We had exactly the same trouble. When i fitted mine i then put a thine line of sealant at the top and bottom edge of the plastic strip and we have had no issues since.
It is much easier to keep looking clean and fresh as well.

idranktheteaatwork Sat 08-Aug-09 10:19:24

thin

lsa2 Sat 08-Aug-09 19:41:06

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