The walls of a walk-in shower were tiled after the floor. Is it possible to cover the floor tiles with thin waxed concrete? Will a silicone seal be enough to seal the joint between the new flooring and the walls? How to seal at the bung?
For the sake of durability and ease of maintenance, it is better not to put polished concrete on the floor of a walk-in shower. If the tile in place does not suit you, remove it and replace it with a other tiling more to your taste. It's the the only material able to withstand thermal shocks durablycold, hot, grease, soap, detergents, etc. The functionality of such a place must take precedence over the fashion effect.
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