Sealing Around Base of Shower Walls
Living full time in my 2009 Flagstaff. Noted the gap between the tub and shower walls. I mentioned to a senior RV'er that I planned to caulk the gap. He advised against that, stating that the gap was necessary in order for moisture (behind the panels) to evaporate. The top of the walls are sealed, so I can not see how it would with the absence of air movement. I trust his judgment since he is a retired 30-year military aircraft structures mechanic (and I'm only a parts-changer).
Any one with learned input?
Please note: I will be "off the grid" for 12 days (starting tomorrow), attending to concerns.