If you have wall panels installed, consider using a Cladseal trim to solve the problem. Alternatively, if you currently have leaks around your bath or shower and you’re going to redecorate the bathroom, take the opportunity to use a Cladseal trim to make sure leaks don’t happen when your new bathroom is installed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I stop my bathroom from leaking?
Keep it Dry – There is a lot of water in your bathroom. Keep it off the floor by drying it up after a shower, hair washing or any other moisture producing activity in the bathroom. Make sure you minimize the risk of excess water by placing bathmats on the floor outside your shower.
How do you stop water leaks immediately?
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What to do when water leaks through walls?
If you found your water leak inside the wall, then you have more than a simple plumbing repair on your hands and it may be time to call in the pros. They would cut the wall open, determine the exact location of the leak, and replace the damaged sections. Then patch the wall, sand, prime and paint.
What can I use to seal a water leak?
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