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Easy to Use Bathroom Sealant for Your DIY Jobs


Bathrooms present a number of unique construction problems for professional builders and DIY enthusiasts. These rooms are by necessity quite damp and you will have to take a number of steps to help contain dampness and prevent the growth of mould and mildew. Bathroom sealant is an essential material when you are remodelling your bathroom. This product is designed using special formulas that are antimicrobial and antifungal. This means they inhibit the growth of mould and mildew even when exposed to damp conditions.

Uses for Bathroom Sealant

Bathroom sealant is primarily used to create a watertight seal between your bath and the wall. This is important as if water leaks down behind the bath it can form damp areas in your bathroom providing the ideal breeding grounds for mildew and mould. If your bathroom is upstairs these damp patches could also cause joists to rot and this can be an expensive repair job. Bathroom sealant can also be used to waterproof shower units and around sinks and toilets. By taking the time to seal around your bathroom suite you can help to prevent your bathroom from getting damp and mouldy. This not only looks and smells unpleasant but can be a health risk as many moulds give off spores that can cause inhalant irritation.

Caring for Your Bathroom Sealant

Once you have installed your bathroom suite you do need to leave the sealant to dry for at least 4 hours (preferably overnight) before you use it. This will ensure that the bathroom sealant has fully dried and will not break apart when you use the bath. You should avoid using any harsh chemicals such as bleach on areas with bathroom sealant. This can attack the product and cause it to wear more quickly. Although bathroom sealant is antimicrobial it is a good idea to wipe the areas with sealant dry after you have used them. If you leave water pooling on the sealant it can encourage the growth of mildew and mould.

Applying Bathroom Sealant

Bathrooms sealant is very easy to use and you can buy it in handheld tubes that come with their own applicators. However it is a good idea to invest in a decorator's gun applicator as this will provide you with more control over the product when it is applied. Before you apply bathroom sealant it is important to thoroughly clean and dry the area you are sealing. Bathroom sealant will not stick properly to damp or dirty surfaces and it can draw back as it is drying and leave gaps exposed.

Bathroom sealant is an adhesive to it is important not to get it on your hands or clothes as you will find it very difficult to wash it off. Once it has dried to a surface bathroom sealant can be difficult to remove so take care when you are applying this product not to get it anywhere but the area you are sealing.

 


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