I was asked to clean up a two bedroom condo up in Whistler not far from my North Vancouver home this week and thought I would share this process with anyone keen enough to tackle the cleaning job of a Schluter Sytems Kerdi drain. The strainer portion of the Kerdi drain comes off easily with just a philips screwdriver unless the tile setter grouted the screws over like the one I worked on.
To access the screws first I used the tip of a sharp drill bit to loosen up the dried grout.
Updated 06-13-2012 at 05:53 PM by johnfrwhipple
In trying to find the best "Latex Primer" for my "Kerdi over drywall" installation guide I have come up with a few road blocks. I checked with Schluter and managed to get not a product specifically as a recommendation - but I was told that Mapei and Custom Building Products make latex primers that I could use with Kerdi installations over drywall compound.
I called Mapei and they do not recommend drywall in showers and said they have no product they recommend
Updated 12-31-2011 at 01:08 AM by johnfrwhipple