Hey I've been making decorative concrete items for a while now. I'm making a concrete pan and walls for my shower and plan to advertise these for clients in the near future. Question is how do we seal in the water at the seams being a seasoned tile guy I know grout works great but how about with the crete. Around the base where the walls meet the pan is my greatest concern. Please comment if you been there done it pictures would be great too and all knowledge is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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I would suggest silicone...

There is a great video on youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cw27sLhFOI . Place a bead of silicone then set panel on top.  Just make sure to add traction to the base to prevent slips and trips.

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