What type of joints can you make for a bathtub that is too soft?

What type of joints can you make for a bathtub that is too soft?


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Answer: silicone seals.

In the bathroom, especially for baths, silicone seals are always used which are known for their resistance, adhesion and tightness. If you have the feeling that your seals have failed, probably because they are too old (they have a limited lifespan), remove them and replace them with new silicone seals. This remains the best option. Then, you have to specify what you mean by "too flexible". If your bathtub is unstable, it is not a problem of joint, but of support. Maybe one of the adjustable feet in the tub is not working as well as it used to? In this case, it will be necessary to level the bathtub to resolve the problem before remaking the silicone seals. You too, send us your brico question


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