The seal around the inside of the shower cubicle (standard single person mass produced unit) had rotten (it's about 15 years old) so I ripped it out, cleaned up the surfaces and am redoing it. The stuff I removed included silicon caulking underneath rubber sealant strips (which could have been added at a later date than the original install, I'm not sure) and I'm wondering if part of the problem was that water got caught between the two layers.
I have run caulk, while standing in the shower to help ensure the gap between base and screens is filled, and have a pretty good bead of sealant all around the shower now, but wondering if I should add the sealant strip as well. It looks to me like the caulk is enough.
Any guidance on this?