This weekend I'm going to be laying some laminate flooring in my bathroom, I've bought flooring thats moisture resistant and supposed to be suitable for this (AquaLoc). I know that normally you are supposed to leave an expansion gap around the edge, and cover it with a an edging trim, however I don't particularly like the look of these and, more importantly, want to seal the edge by the bath, shower and basin to make sure no water splashes seep under the floor. The floor area is only about 2.0m x 1.5m, so I'm not sure how much, if any, expansion there will be. I was planning on just using some silicone bath sealant to do this, perhaps leaving a small gap along the edge and ensuring that the sealant fills this gap. Also, as the existing floor is sound and flat (chipboard) I was't planning on using an underlay, to avoid movement of the flooring and breaking the seal. Does anyone have experience of this, will it work, is there a better way? Thanks for any advice. David.