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Old 06-08-2011, 10:41 AM   #1
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233s shower mods, anyone?

I got this for the shower next to the toilet and I plan on caulking the hell out of the shower. Last weekend on was on a slight angle to toward the toilet and the water followed the crease (between the shower wall and shower floor) and poured onto the floor.

I'm curious to see what everyone else has done.
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Old 06-08-2011, 11:02 AM   #2
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I have yet to shower in there but have been thinking that something is needed.

That product looks like it would work. I've seen pics of triangles of plexiglass that people use and that seems to work as well. Agree about caulking and not trusting in the adhesive.
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Here is what I have done and it works well.

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Old 06-08-2011, 11:38 AM   #4
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Something is definitely need for in front of the cabinet, it's always wet after a shower. I was thinking plexiglass.

That looks nice, Denis.
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I like that plexiglass triangle Denis. Neat and clean looking. Inexpensive, easy to work with, you can make it the shape/size you need. Great idea.
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Be careful not to caulk the crease (between the pan and the wall)

The pan has a 1-2'' lip that goes up behind the wall and it needs to stay clear - or so I was told and it makes sense.

On the cabinet side, I install a white caulking angle - looks great and works well.
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