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Vapor barrier for bathroom?


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12-29-03, 01:46 PM   #1  
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Vapor barrier for bathroom?

I enclosed a corner of my shop for a bathroom and an air-conditioned den. The entire shop is heated. The bathroom is not air-conditioned and it shares a ten-foot long stud wall with the air-conditioned living area. I plan to use kraft-faced fiberglass in the stud wall with the paper facing the air-conditioned room, and also install a 6-mil poly barrier on the bathroom side before putting up drywall. My concern is possibly trapping moisture in the fiberglass. Any professional advice is greatly appreciated.
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David

 
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12-29-03, 02:58 PM   #2  
Ordinarily, faced insulation or a vapor barrier is used on exterior walls only.

 
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