i have a job to install an interior cedar shower. installed green board and then layed horizontal nailing strips a top the green board. i've just installed 1/2 of the walls with ice and water shield as a water proof barrier on top of the nailing strips and green board. i intend to install the cedar board an batten on top of the ice and water shield. i stopped installing the ice and water shield half water around the shower area as it appears the fumes are getting offensive. i'm wondering if i've made a bad choice for this water proofing material installed in this application. anyone out there ever completed a project with this material in a similar application? perhaps i should remove the ice and water shield and replace with just tyveck? looking for some feed back...
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ice and water shield as barrier for interior cedar shower