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    Hey Renoers,

    I just stumbled upon these plastic cup & flanges that are used to help seal & isolate leaks of outlet/taps/mixers behind tiles or panels.
    They look pretty good and apparently do a great job, and piece of mind - & I think I'll be using these!

    I've heard of guys use ice cream containers/lids which in theory would do the same job... but these are perfect & ready to go!

    plumbers-wetwall-stage-1.jpg

    Housing : March 2010, Page 55
    http://www.aquatite.com/downloads/Aq...rochure6-1.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by peersy View Post
    Hey Renoers,

    I just stumbled upon these plastic cup & flanges that are used to help seal & isolate leaks of outlet/taps/mixers behind tiles or panels.
    They look pretty good and apparently do a great job, and piece of mind - & I think I'll be using these!

    I've heard of guys use ice cream containers/lids which in theory would do the same job... but these are perfect & ready to go!



    Housing : March 2010, Page 55
    http://www.aquatite.com/downloads/Aq...rochure6-1.pdf
    The common name is a tap water bar, We use them most of the time, it all depents on what size hole the sheeter left around the tap, as most sheeters of new homes only use a hammer to the tap hole there can be some huge variations. LOL

    Good luck.
    Growing old is compulsory, growing up is not.
    http://www.wet-seal.com.au/waterproofing/locations.html

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