0038753416304

Model 41630

Internet #100119279

Store SKU #510230

5 ft. x 6 ft. Shower Pan Liner

$34.18 /each

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The Oatey 5 ft. x 6 ft. Shower Pan Liner is made of a 40mm thick, flexible sheet. Pre-cut to build a shower stall up to 3 ft. x 5 ft. The liner can be used as a waterproofing membrane in tile shower installations.

  • Economical, time-tested flexible pan liner
  • Available in 30 and 40 mil thicknesses
  • Liner marked in 6 in. increments for ease of measuring
  • Dam corners available
  • Meets ASTM Spec. D4551
  • Superior cold weather characteristics
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Can this material be used to waterproof a sauna floor?

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I've seen several places sell this as a waterproof membrane for a sauna. It'd be great if I can use it there. I know it's used in steam showers behind tile, but would it work for a sauna floor? I'd guess it'd see temps from -30F to say 180F?

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Julian
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No. If the temperature is repeatedly sustained too high for extended periods of time, it will harden the liner. The liner will then become brittle and crack. Once this occurs, you have lost the water proof barrier.
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can the rubber PVC liner be extended by overlapping and gluing with PVC cement

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Hello mike, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
Absolutely you can do this. Use at least a 6” overlap if you can. When you say PVC cement, you must use cement that is specifically made for gluing shower liners. It will say this clearly on the label.
We sell Oatey X-15 Shower Pan Liner Adhesive.
You can find it
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Hello mike, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
Absolutely you can do this. Use at least a 6” overlap if you can. When you say PVC cement, you must use cement that is specifically made for gluing shower liners. It will say this clearly on the label.
We sell Oatey X-15 Shower Pan Liner Adhesive.
You can find it here:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Oatey-X-15-16-oz-PVC-Bonding-Adhesive-308122/100344046
I hope this helps,
Chris.
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CAN TWO PIECES BE GLUED, CEMENTED TOGETHER FOR A BIGGER SHOWER?

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Yes. You can bond pieces of the shower pan liners together. Short description below:
The full instructions are also written on the Oatey X15 Shower Pan Liner Adhesive can labels (sku 418455).
Once you have the two pieces of liner cut square and laid flat on a warm hard surface (above 50°F), you must overlap one of the pieces over the other at least 2”. If you are seaming PVC liner use the Oatey X-15 Read More
Yes. You can bond pieces of the shower pan liners together. Short description below:
The full instructions are also written on the Oatey X15 Shower Pan Liner Adhesive can labels (sku 418455).
Once you have the two pieces of liner cut square and laid flat on a warm hard surface (above 50°F), you must overlap one of the pieces over the other at least 2”. If you are seaming PVC liner use the Oatey X-15 mentioned above.
Fold back the top piece of liner and wipe any debris or foreign substance off both surfaces with a damp cloth and then dry thoroughly.
Apply the proper cement for the application to both surfaces allow 1 to 3 minutes in hot weather and 6 to 8 minutes in cold weather. Join then together.
Immediately apply pressure on the seam for 15 to 30 seconds with a 2x4 or equivalent.
Leave this seam to cure for 12 hours before installing, but after one hour there is good handling strength and you can move the liner. Read Less
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Problems with folds In order to remove the creases from the folded materials, unfold the material and place it on a flat, smooth surface in direct sunlight. On a warm day with plenty of sunshine the material will heat up to 110-120 degrees, any you should be able to stretch out the material and remove most of the creases. After doing this, roll up the material (instead of folding it) until you are ready to use it. Heating the material in sunlight also makes it easier fold into your shower pan. One caution - the material will be softer and easier to puncture when heated, so use caution walking on it September 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good value Found it on line and could order the size I needed. Shipped and received as advertised. Very easy. July 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy it Do not buy this folded up! The folds do not come out. I tried laying it out flat over a weekend - the folds were just as bad. After searching the internet to see what other people were doing I found I wasn't alone with this mess. Hot blow dryer, Hot iron over wet towel, hanging it - nothing works. I called Oatey after wasting DAYS trying to get the folds out. The Oatey rep I spoke with was polite and very familiar with the problem. She stated that she had spoken with the engineers and they recommend using and adhesive like Liquid Nails BUT you must put something heavy over all of the folds while the adhesive dries. I do not accept this. I wish I would have used anything but Oatey's folded up garbage. I will post this review anywhere I see this poor excuse for a shipping solution (folded up - really??!!) I wish I could write something about the performance of this product but after speaking with an Oatey rep on the phone, I'll be tearing it all out this weekend. February 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 40mil, NOT 40mm!! (But otherwise some good stuff.) We got this to put in our shower pan that we laid in 2009. 4+ years later, it's worked just great, and I would get it again. One thing, the folds make it a little trickier to lay out flat, so if you can, buy the stuff cut off the roll in the store. Like I said, it's 40mil (about 1mm thick), NOT 40mm (which would be about 1 3/4 INCHES thick) January 22, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Precut shower pan liner I purchased this product as it was close to the size of my shower at a better price than cut material. Upon opening the package, the material edges were not cut square and the length was a little short on one side. Because this item comes folded, it is difficult to get the creases to smooth out during installation. Otherwise, this is the same as any other shower pan liner. October 31, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Buy In Store If Possible As far as its effectiveness as a shower pan liner, I have no complaints. It's thick & hard to inadvertently tear/rip, so you can drop a nail or screwdriver on it during installation and not panic. I have no doubt that it will be a perfectly effective water barrier in my new shower for years to come. This pre-cut piece is sized to work well for the standard standard 5 foot shower stall. With that said, if you live anywhere near Home Depot, purchase this off the roll in the store instead of ordering this pre-cut, pre-packaged version. I anticipated there being creases from being folded in the package, so I unpacked it & laid it flat in a pretty hot garage for several days before installing it. What I did NOT anticipate was just how hard it would be to get rid of these creases. Having it flat in a hot garage had little to no effect on it. I then draped it over a banister in the house for 3-4 days, hoping that gravity would work to smooth some of it out. No such luck. I finally got out a hairdryer and spent an hour heating it up & trying to work out the ridges. I never did get them all out, but it was at least enough so I felt comfortable installing it. So, in summary: if you need this product & live anywhere near a Home Depot, buy it there off the roll. If you need this product and can't buy it in-store, go ahead and order it, but be prepared to have to work with it some. The only thing I didn't try that, in hindsight I wish I had, would be to lay it out on the driveway in direct sunlight on a hot day. Maybe that would have worked better? Anyway, good product, it's just its packaging that poses problems. August 12, 2013
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