HELP! He did not hot mop!
I have been working on a bathroom remodel. I asked the contractor to hot mop the second story bathroom. He put down tar paper, a layer of Henry's, and a plastic sheet. Is that enough to prevent leaking? Do I need to demo the floor, hire a hot moper and redo the floor?
Using Hot Mop & Kerdi or Hot Mop & NobleSeal TS
I have two clients right now building showers in California. Both are using Hot Mop. The way your build is outlined you do not have a proper installation. Look through the link below to see some of the steps needed to succesfully hot mop your shower.
Originally Posted by slinkywebo
With the two builds I/m involved in one is getting Noble Seal TS and the other is getting Kerdi DS. These products for the walls and ceilings but the floor, and curbs will get a traditional hot mop.
What do you think is safer? - insisting that a new crew use your shower for the first time to install new products or go with a time proven system like a hot mop?
Here is some info on Hot Mopping that might be helpful for some.
ACO has a new clamping drain just for California Hot Mop's.
HOT MOP can and does work well in shower construction. Look at this shower with two drains - very hard to build that with a liner or sheet membrane.