Jim's newest angle online is to say that Schluter does not list Kerdi Board in their installation instructions for steam showers. He said this a few times over the past few days. If Jim is correct then why does the tent card and sales cards displayed in both Fontile and Ames Bros mention Vapour Retardant?
In a prior post you can see I called both Schluter Canada and Schluter USA and all three tech's said yes.
In the US it was Jason I think.
In Canada it was both Courtney and Christy.
This is so easy to double check. Call Schluter ask them.
So while Jim continues his effort to tell people I don't understand Kerdi-Board is it really not him that is confused? Lets say Jim is right (he's not, but lets pretend). If we take this assumption are we to believe that the folks that market Kerdi-Board are trying to trick us?
Here is another sales tent card.
Look close the tent card says Vapour tight.
Yet, at Vapour tight it is not allowed in a commercial steam shower build. Hmmmm. Some one -----ed up the tent card in Marketing. It should read - "Kind da Vapour Tight" or "Vapour Tightish" or "Almost Vapour tight"
I think Vapour tight sells more sheets of backer board. Just a hunch. To bad I can not chat with the random factory worker Jim gets his information from or the "Little Birdie" John Bridge Talks to.... LOL
I find this wrong. I do not like the way it is so misleading. I hate the product. Think it's crap.