Oct 02, 2020 10:27 am
Quick question guys; planning on renovating the bathroom, and going for a hobless shower with frameless shower screen. Looking at the JH guide, and it shows a waterstop angle underneath the shower screen (see attached pic), which makes sense for the pic below because the waterproof membrane is only down in the shower area.
However, if I apply waterproofing membrane to the whole floor (i.e. inside the shower area and out), then is it correct to say that I don't need the waterstop angle underneath the shower screen anymore?
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