A bathroom, especially when this is upstairs, needs to be completely waterproof to avoid further complications within the rest of your home. There are lots of areas in a bathroom where water can leak. Along the edge of a bath with an overhead shower for example, so it’s a very important thing to consider as part of your bathroom renovation. Water damage can cause thousands of pound worth of damage and not just to the bathroom, but any room underneath this too.

Classi Seal - Waterproof tape

What is Classi Seal?

Classi Seal is a flexible tape that is applied to the edges of the items going into your bathroom, where water could escape. So along the edge of a bath, shower enclosure or a shower tray for example. It allows your choice of wall coverings, tiles or wall panel to be fitted right up to the shower tray or bath but provides another waterproofing membrane underneath the standard silicone sealant. The tape comes in 4 different lengths allowing you to choose the most convenient for the products you’re adding to the room.

How to fit Classi Seal

This amazing product is fitted in just 4 simple steps, so won’t add hours onto your bathroom renovation.

Classi Seal installation

You simply start the process by measuring the tape and cutting this to size. Then, you will need to use sad paper to rough up the edge of the product you’re applying this to. Next up is applying the tape. Making sure you manipulate this around any corners to avoid rippling. This will stop any issues with tile/wall panel fitting after the product has been put into place. Then you simply fit your bath/shower tray as normal. You can start tile or board installation straight away, with no need to wait for anything to dry.

Be sure to click onto the QR code above. This will take you to the manufacturers installation video.

We add Classi Seal into the Essential Extra tab of the products we think this is a must have. A waterproof bathroom is now more achievable than ever before. Have you added this to your bathroom? Would you recommend Classi Seal?