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I'm about to start retiling my bathroom and have bought a Mapei tanking kit from screwfix.

The bath is decent quality Ideal Standard IFP+. Its has wall mounts for the corner and sides + legs and supports.

Is this the correct order..
1. tank the walls to below the level of the bath
2. fit the bath
3. tile the walls

The floor will be tiled to just under the edge of the bath.

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