I am curious if anyone has thought about the potential for Redgard shower membrane
for off label use in sealing interior seams during a restoration. We recently had our floor and shower tiled, and the contractor used the Redgard membrane. It is flexible, waterproof, and actually helps prevent tile cracking. The contractor said he had painted it over a piece of screen, and it held water once it dried.
I have not researched the specs on this product, and don't claim to be an engineer. It bonds to metal, plastic, and other substrates so this screams at me to be used in seam sealing from the inside.
Any opinions on this?
Before anyone asks...No, I am not in the process of renovating a vintage unit for our use. I already have an agreement to purchase on in California, and we are just waiting for it to be finished