Alright, we need a straighT-edge, pair of scissors, I’ve already measured the shower and I need a piece of membrane 81 ½ “. Okay, it helps if you pre-fold, so I’m gonna come 3” in and I’m gonna bend that and pre-fold it. Doesn’t have to be exact. Okay in the corner here I’m gonna make it little tighter so I can see my fold. Pull that in the corner, I’m gonna hold that and a light-mark, be sure not to poke a hole in the membrane, so light-mark there. Okay, now I’m also going to come up here and hold my finger in about 3” and trim that off. Alright, I’ve got scissors here, it doesn’t have to be exact, estimate, approximate. Okay, in this corners, this is gonna cut straight down the corner. Now, because these are 45 degree angles, I cut this so that it actually overlapse on top, and it overlapse on on top (other side) but there’s still a little pinhole here in the corner but that’s where we’re going to use the incredible Truseal sealant. Okay, there’s no way to get those pre-formed corners to fit in these with that Truseal sealant is incredible and we’re gonna make sure that we get it behind everywhere and get that flow really good and this is sealed tight with the Truseal. Alright, now we’re gonna go ahead and make this piece and fold this piece to fit on here as well.
Okay, so it came in here, we cut this out, we cut this here. Okay, so we’re a little short here. So, we’re gonna go ahead and create another piece to match this and also what I’ve done is I came and folded about 2 ½ “ here and then to crease things you wanna do anything and push down to crease it. So that puts a good crease on there. Now, right there that looks great we’ll go ahead and cut it down to my fold. And notice I didn’t really put a crease on this inside, because it will fold through it easy there. Then we’ll go ahead next we cut this piece out as I will have an outside corner right here and I’ll have an inside corner on the bottom then I will have so many layers right there. Alright, we’re looking good that fits perfect. I’m gonna go ahead and turn this one. Looks like I may need to trim a little bit off the bottom here. Alright, okay now you’ll notice that I have all of my pieces cut, I got my rolls for my walls, I have the piece for the front here on the shower bench, and my top for the shower bench, I got the 2 pieces for the niche. So all of my pieces are cut and fit before we start mixing the thin-set mortar and applying the Vapor Shield membrane.