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Unread 01-09-2021, 11:16 AM   #5
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I use plain white sheetrock. Two widths of Kerdi (overlapped 2" without Kerdi band) goes up about 78", usually to the height of the shower head.

At the corners above 78", I cut a 4" wide strip of Kerdi to cover the corners, 2" on each side. It's not for waterproofing, but just to stabilize the corner.

This assumes that tile will go to the ceiling and cover all the Kerdi. If you're stopping the tile short of the ceiling, you'll want to use drywall tape and mud so you can paint over it.

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