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  1. #1

    paano i water proof ang floor ng Toilet & Bath kung may tiles na

    Gusto ko i water proof yun toilet and bath namin pero may nakakabit na tiles. may paraan ba i water proof yun na hindi na tatanggalin ang mga tiles?

  2. #2
    Miletjs,

    Waterproofing shall be done before tiling to have a water-sealed toilet & bath. 24 hours flood testing must be conducted para makita kung may leak sa ilalim ng slab. Kung malakas ang leak you need to removed the existing tiles, waterproofed the flooring, conduct flood testing. Kung ok pwede na magproceed for the tiling. If you have a small toilet & bath gagastos ka around 10K.

  3. #3
    ah mga 5.77sqm yun t&b pero 2 yun. pag ganon ba, 10k each ang magagastos? nilagyan naman ng tiga gawa namin ng thoroseal bago magkabit ng tiles. mga a few days after nun, umulan. nun umuulan, wala naman tumutulo sa baba. Pero praning lang ako kasi natatakot ako na over time (mga 5 years from now?) mag leak na yun banyo. Kaya gusto ko sana super tight. Nag iisip ako ng paraan na hindi na kailangan tanggalin yun tiles. Talagang kailangan tanggalin pa yun tiles?

  4. #4
    Usually, waterproofing materials are installed/poured to the slab/rough wall before pouring out/installing the finishing materials.

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