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Unread 03-10-2021, 01:14 PM   #1
madebyanton
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Schluter curbless shower, linear drain, over plywood

Hello All,

I am doing the curbless shower with the Schluter system on a plywood subfloor.

I recessed the wood subfloor and will be laying down a Schluter tray with linear drain.

How would you waterproof that exposed plywood (about 3/4" and goes to 0" on the other side)? Would it be OK to apply the Kerdi Band with Thinset over it? Or does it need some other sealant (kerdi-fix or silicone) or something else before I apply the Thinset?

I know that it is not recommended to apply Kerdi Band over the wood. So not sure what would be the right way to do this.

Thank you!
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