I have one bathroom in my home that is totally constructed (in 1955) of GLAZED tile blocks. The surface is impervious to everything! I have just removed 1/4" masonite paneling that was applied using "dobs" of panel adhesive on approximately every single tile, leaving much air-space, consequently, a LOT of room for moisture to accumulate, and allowing black mold and mildew to grow.
I want to cover the tile as much as possible, again, but with a more suitable product for a bathroom. There is a shower, lavatory, and stool, closet, window. There WILL be an exhaust fan added. The floor is ceramic tile. What product or products would work in that environment, and which bonding agent would I use, not only for high moisture area, but also that would adhere to the glazed tile? I also plan to "trim out" the window and within 1-1/2" of the shower door with non-wood casing, and silicone caulk seal.
Judith A. Farrow
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