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Unread 03-01-2015, 11:52 AM   #6
bc brick john
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few more pics
sure does look like the water and soaps have eaten into this stone
it was sealed with sealers choice if i remember

its worse around the bottom. shower pan tile is a dal tile and not really affected.

its a mud pan on a rubber liner

kerb is wood framed wrapped over liner

upper floor on timber framed house with radiant heat floors // 2" pour lwt concrete
don't think any where in the shower pan area

densheild with redguard on top

as if you look at the curb threshold it still half shinny as installed/outside of the shower cubicle but where the water has hit it looks and feels course and pitted
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