Re: Minor leak in tile floor in stall shower
Well, the leak could be coming from the grout or the drain or the seams between the wall transitions (corners) or anywhere in between. You’re not saying so I’m guessing and I’m guessing this wasn’t done by a pro so…off we go.
If you had an idea where the leak was, you could rub silicone caulk over the grout lines. That would seal the leak and last about two months. If you told me how it all was built, i.e.,. underlayment type, filler, mesh style, grout type, liquid or latex grout mix, tile type, etc.,. I could tell you exactly where the leak is.
If I only knew what I was doing!