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Old 06-27-2014, 10:57 AM   #1
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Question Shower Curtain

Hi everyone. We have a 2014 Flagstaff MicroLite. It came with a cloth shower curtain. Does anyone know if you are supposed to use that as it is waterproof....or are you supposed to add a plastic liner before using the shower. Thanks for the help!
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Old 06-27-2014, 11:19 AM   #2
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Even at home I use a plastic liner on the inside of the cloth one. Double insurance for a dry floor.
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Old 06-28-2014, 04:41 PM   #5
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We use 100% polyester shower curtains at home. They look like cloth and we never use a liner. Just wash every two weeks. They recommend a vinyl liner with them but we have never used one. Been doing this for four years now. We like the color and pattern choices available.
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I use the vinyl liner on the same hooks as the cloth liner (cloth liner says water resistant).
I would just rather be safe then sorry in the future in the TT. I would just HATE to find out that a $7.00 curtain would have stopped having to replace the floor because of water leaks.
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We purchased a cloth type water resistant shower curtain (white) and my wife cut it down to fit our tub/shower combo. Since it is cloth, she was able to sew it to fit for with and length. This way, it does not bunch up of drag the floor from being too large. She took the factory curtain and trimmed it to make a deco valance for the shower curtain. Same one going on 7 years. Works great and easy to clean, just throw it in the wash.
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