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Old 12-14-2011, 10:02 PM   #61
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Old 12-14-2011, 10:06 PM   #62
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Because if silicone fails in a visible joint, you can replace it. If it fails at say the connection of a niche to the substrate, you have a leak that needs demo to repair.
But if the recommended method fails you have the same issue. Why would silicone fail is my question.

The reason it fails on a visible joint is the constant exposure to the enviroment of the shower as well as cleaning agents and what ever is used to scrub the shower down.

I'll admit I am ignorant to most things tile, but I can't think of any reason a joint, sealed with silicone, not exposed to really any wear and tear would all of the sudden fail.
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Angus, please don't take this as me wanting to argue. It's just the way my mind works. It won't except "take my word for it" answers. I have to have answers.

Sorry!
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but I can't think of any reason a joint, sealed with silicone, not exposed to really any wear and tear would all of the sudden fail.
Opposite plane movement.

Remember, I am assuming why John said something. It wasn't I that stated this.

I use NobleSealant 150 or Kerdi-Fix instead of silicone because I feel they're superior products and designed by waterproofing companies to work in conjunction with their products.
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Opposite plane movement.

Remember, I am assuming why John said something. It wasn't I that stated this.

I use NobleSealant 150 or Kerdi-Fix instead of silicone because I feel they're superior products and designed by waterproofing companies to work in conjunction with their products.
I can bite that. I know that you didn't say it. I respect both of your expertise in the field.

I would only use the manufactures recommended method, but just was curious. Thanks!
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Awesome job dude ! Inspiration for me and my brother to do contracting I showed him the pics ! Hopfully in the future well cross roads and do work man!

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