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Appearance of this crack has nothing to do with foundation; it is something that you can see in many bathrooms. First check if both wall and bathtub are vertical, if they are not this crack will most likely appear from time to time (every year or so).Now, you can do one of two things: You can use silicone to glue it together. Keep in mind that silicone (or ...


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You absolutely need to water proof the surround. You can likely use any product (durock, hardie, wonder) that is rated for wet use (not "green" board). You will still need to fully apply a waterproofing to wet side of the backer. I strongly recommend using a physical membrane like kerdi, but plenty of people swear by paint-on treatments like redgard. Your ...


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The easy to your question is Yes. Clearly the products have shown that this is not an issue that will be solved with chemicals. Be prepared that the remaining porcelain might not have the thickness needed to polish it. You speak of buffing and polishing, that is the correct answer. You need to remove enough material to remove the 'dingy' parts. The long ...



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