How to Go About Shower Sealing
Before you begin the process of ADB shower sealing solutions, you’ll need to thoroughly clean the surfaces. A good way to do this is to use an old toothbrush and warm, soapy water to scrub down the surface. It’s also important to clean the grout thoroughly using a 50/50 vinegar/water mixture. Once the shower surfaces are clean, you can seal the tub and shower by leaving it overnight to dry. Afterward, you can begin using your newly sealed shower.
You’ll Need To Thoroughly Clean The Surfaces
To reseal your shower, you will first need to remove any loose sealant. A box cutter or utility knife will be needed to cut the sealant. Care should be taken to avoid scratching the shower’s surface. If this is not possible, you can use a joint scraper or needle-nose pliers to scrape the remaining material. Next, you’ll need to apply UniBond Silicone Sealant Remover to loosen any remaining sealant. Afterward, you’ll need to wash all surfaces with a non-ammoniated bath cleaner.
A stone sealer is commonly used on rock pebble shower floors. This type of sealer penetrates the stone and enhances its natural color. It prevents water from seeping into stone pores, causing staining and mold growth. After the shower is sealed, it should be re-sealed every year. If you’re not sure whether you need to seal your shower or not, don’t delay and call a professional right away.