:confused:About 6 months ago, my shower was leaking from the corner of the base of the wall where the shower and the wall meets. And I mentioned it to a male friend of mine (I'm a female) and he thought he could fix it with tile thinset. But we did not know where the leak was coming from, so he proceeded to bust out the whole bottom of the wall down to the shower floor, looking for this leak. It wasn't until after he did this I figured out it was only a small spot in the corner.:( But now we had this big hole in the wall. So he begin to replace it with drywall and then he firgured that the thinset is waterproof to hold up tiles so why not repair the whole hole with this stuff? :confused: Unfortunatley, it is leaking again, but in a different spot. It is actually leaking under all of this thinset and it is beginning to smell from us using the shower all this time. I think the drywall is molding. But what is the correct way my 20 y/o son and I can repair this? I am a first time home owner, and this is all new to me. But I have done somethings around my house on my own. Thanks all for any help you can offer.