OK, I love the new tile surround, but I absolutely hate the squeaky-squeaky of the tub floor. As I re-read the installation instructions from Sterling, it specifically says to install it in a wet concrete base and let it cure.
Well, for us there is no concrete base. Our plumber must have forgotten that part.
Here's what we have to deal with:
We plan on fixing it with a hole saw, a can of Great Stuff, a long plastic tube and a stick.
Oh yes, there will be pictures.
I'm sharing this with the Hooked On Houses crew. They've always got fun stuff going on. Make sure you check the main page of RehabOrDie to see "The Solution" and "Part II" to this problem.