Marisol Mac. shower. June 14th , 2017.
When it comes to safety in your home, one room that should not be overlooked is the bathroom, especially the bath tub or shower area. More often than not the bath tub does not have any type of non slip surface to help prevent slips and falls. When you decide to apply some type of anti slip tape, you will find that there is a large variety of types to choose from - from strips to rolls or adhesive bath and shower mats.
If the walls are a mass of lumps and bumps, you will not be able to disguise this simply by tiling over the top. Cover them instead with sheets of plywood or chipboard and tile onto these or repair/re-plaster. Coat each sheet with dilute PVA adhesive to protect it against damp. If the walls are already covered with tiles, don't assume that these will have to be removed - provided they are firmly attached, you can leave them where they are and fix the new ones over the top. If you are going to do this, clean the old tiles thoroughly first and plan your work so that the joins between the new tiles don't coincide with those already there.
4. Tape then caulk. For a professional-looking job, apply parallel strips of tape first along the length of the joint. Use blue painter's tape and have them around 3/8 of an inch apart. The caulk should go between these two strips and the tape should help keep the application straight, even, and away from surfaces where it shouldn't be.
3. Apply mildew cleaner. Before recaulking, spray the joint with a mildew killer to completely eliminate any hints of remaining mildew. Once this is done, dry the area thoroughly with paper towels, a dry rag, or a hair dryer.
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