I installed it cause I already bought it. all the websites say it will be
fine if you use the sealant on all the seams. what they don't say : when you
squirt the caulk along the tongue it becomes nearly impossible to snap the
next section together & the joint will not be so tight. It was a small
bathroom & I expect I will be replacing it w/ vinyl in a year a so. we will
see. for now, it looks good.
You should use waterproof woodworking glue. It's much thinner than caulk. We
used it in our kitchen with great success. It has even been water tested 3
times during various plumbing leaks.
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