Fix my shower floor!

Fix my shower floor!

Your walls look new but the shower floor has started to develop issues with grout cracking and/or discoloration at the perimeter where the floor meets the walls.

Why is it that it's always the shower floor? Was your shower floor never built correctly and no matter what you do, there is always standing water that never reaches the drain? If that is your case, simply tile over tile and create the proper slope while doing so. It's an easy fix with the right tools and products and I can show you how it's done by a tile professional.


If you are like most who don't wipe down your walls and floor after each use, then you may start to see issues developing at the shower floor. Is the grout starting to crack at the shower floor perimeter? If you've decided to use caulk/silicone to repair those areas, you may notice how fungus and mildew has started to form resulting with black spots?

So what do we do? Do we keep using products that are short lived and require constant repair? No! we can easily fix these issues with Epoxy Bond . Waterproof, never needs sealing and will not crack. Proven in the tile repair industry for years, only Epoxy Bond can stand up to the harsh environments including soap and shampoo residue.

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  • Joye Cumbie - October 15, 2017

    I’m re-grouting my shower walls and floor. I’m a little confused. From your videos I’m fairly certain I should be using Grout Bond Re-grouting Additive for the walls, the Ceramic Tile Pro Super Grout Additive where vertical meets horizontal planes, but not sure about what to use when re-grouting the floor. Do I use the Ceramic Tile Pro Super Grout Additive there too? If so, do I use the bottle applicator to apply to each grout line or do I pour it out and spread it with the grout float?

    Thanks, Jason, and thanks for your wonderful videos. I wouldn’t have considered doing this job myself if it hadn’t been for these videos.

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