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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:46 pm 
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That will work. I did a similar thing to get a pal out of trouble. It was so good it was still working five years later when they had the bathroom refitted.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:53 pm 
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dewaltdisney wrote:
That will work. I did a similar thing to get a pal out of trouble. It was so good it was still working five years later when they had the bathroom refitted.

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Did you silicon or adhesive to stick trim to bath and wall?


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Silicone :thumbright:

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Both will work silicone easier to remove glue will make it harder to remove strip.

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All done. I used a uPVC bead of 15mm quadrant and siliconed, did a good job thanks to Fugi and co, and looks very nice, left it for 5 days to dry to be safe, been few weeks using it and no leaks. Cheers


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