Hi all, Question no doubt asked 100's of times, but wanted to check a few things. I'm renovating bathroom and taking up floor - the old chipboard is very bad in several places. The floor will be finished with Karndean (splashing out as it's not a big space at all) and they insist on SP101 to be laid before their adhesive. The fitter however have said there's no point in laying the Karndean under the bath, waste of money he said, this would mean the area under the bath would be exposed - but still covered by the bath, bath panels etc which would be siliconed etc. No direct water, but still - it's a bathroom, so... moisture etc. + cut out for bath waste. My questions is: I'm going to need to put a subfloor down (joists are good and plenty of noggins) and am wondering if Marine Ply or Structural ply would be suitable for the subfloor - bearing in mind it will be exposed under the bath, what would be best? Looking at 18mm minimum. Also, if it needs sealing - what should I use? I've some SRB spare... Thanks all for your time.