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  • A recommended solution for wet area waterproofing typically involves the following steps:

    • 1. Surface Preparation: Ensure the surface is clean, dry, and free from any contaminants or loose materials.

    • 2. Application of Waterproofing Membrane: Use a specialized waterproofing membrane designed for wet areas, such as bathrooms or kitchens. This membrane can be in the form of liquid-applied coatings, sheet membranes, or self-adhesive membranes.

    • 3. Sealing Joints and Gaps: Pay special attention to joints, corners, and penetrations like pipes or drains. Apply waterproofing sealants or tapes to ensure a watertight seal.

    • 4. Installation of Water-resistant Backer Boards: In areas prone to high moisture, such as shower walls or floors, consider using water-resistant backer boards before applying the waterproofing membrane for added protection.

    • 5. Proper Sloping and Drainage: Ensure proper sloping of surfaces towards drainage points to prevent water pooling. Install high-quality drainage systems, such as floor drains or linear drains, to efficiently remove water.

    • 6. Quality Assurance: Regularly inspect and maintain the waterproofing system to address any potential issues promptly. Conduct water tests to verify the effectiveness of the waterproofing membrane.