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Unread 05-19-2016, 05:21 PM   #7
jadnashua
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Kerdi seams work by the close proximity of the two layers in an overlap of the fleece fibers. I don't know how well it would waterproof things if one side was REdgard, unless you applied redgard over the top of the edge of the Kerdiband.

You can get unpredictable results when you mix products.

Generally, not a great idea to waterproof the walls with a surface applied material and combining it with a conventional liner...the lower edge of the wallboard will still be exposed to the mudbed, and now, you've trapped that moisture behind a waterproofing layer.
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