Wet Bath Sealant and Should it be Left to dry out First?


Postby Turin74 » Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:04 am

Hi,
I came home the other night to leaky shower had been dripping on to one of the taps and splashing into the corner - resulting in small pool of water and wet crumbed sealant in corner (see picture) i have dried out and cant see any obvious damage under the bath of what i can see of plasterboard other than stuff that looks very old.
When removing sealant should i replace straight away or leave gap to dry out
Thanks
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