Water pooling low profile tray

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by Shawsie, Jun 10, 2021.

  1. Shawsie

    Shawsie New Member

    We have water pooling against the seal on the shallow ledge of a low profile tray. It is around all of the edges.
    The water doesn’t move or evaporate.
    Never had a low profile tray before so not sure if this is a common issue.
    Any ideas on best way to fix?

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  2. goldwise

    goldwise Active Member

    I assume you dry it out after use? Does the pooling re-occur after drying?
  3. AnotherTopJob

    AnotherTopJob Screwfix Select

    It looks pretty normal, and is unlikely to cause a problem if the silicone is in good condition.
    In any case, there's not really much you could do to add any extra slope.
  4. Shawsie

    Shawsie New Member

    Thanks, I dry it out immediately and then some more water does form, but I think this is just further run off from the tiles. Once I have dried this off it doesn’t appear again
  5. Shawsie

    Shawsie New Member

    Thanks for the advice. I don’t think there is any slope at all on the edges. Am surprised by this but I guess that is the way the modern ones are designed.
  6. AnotherTopJob

    AnotherTopJob Screwfix Select

    Judging by the way the water is beading, it looks like it's a new tray or had new silicone sealant applied?
    It's a bit like when you polish a car, the water will just sit on top in large globules.
    If that's the case, you should find after a while the water will dissipate and not be noticeable.
  7. Shawsie

    Shawsie New Member

    Yes it is new. That makes sense. Thank you

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