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Ceramic tile, In a tub shower surround should cement board be used or water proof drywall?

ceramic tile, In a tub shower surround should cement board be used or water proof drywall?

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Yes, yes, yes.

 You can use waterproof drywall, but make sure that it is  not Chinese drywall. Chinese drywall is causing a serious problem for homeowners across the United states. And also it is difficult to decide about Chinese drywall presence.  http://inspectionsflorida.com/home/residentialInspections.html

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