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Old 11-14-2010, 01:52 AM   #1
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Question about shower in 2011 21SS

Just had our first shakedown camping trip in our new 2011 Roo 21SS last weekend. Had question about how others keep water from escaping the "shower enclosure" (read curtain) seems there is about a 1" gap between the shower curtain, when closed, and the shower's walls, on both ends. If you're not very careful, and the water from the shower head sprays on the shower wall, water can run on that ~1"-wide shower pan ridge, and leak out onto the floor. Has anyone encountered this?

UPDATE: Please disregard this question -- found gendron's post from August, which answers this question....

Overall, we were very pleased with the new trailer....coming from a '94 Starcraft popup that had neither refrigerator, heater, nor water heater.

Everyone immediately noticed how small the bathroom was, especially for getting dressed/undressed! But it was SOOOOO nice to be able to take a warm shower, without having to walk to the campground bathroom!!

Only other "inconvenience" we had was that we are height-impaired -- only ~5' 3" -- and it is, shall we say, CHALLENGING to lock/latch and unlock/unlatch the bunks! We took a step stool along, which helped, but it is a LOOONG way up there! Especially if the ground isn't level there!

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Old 11-23-2010, 06:55 PM   #2
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I used Lexan and tub and tile caulk and extended the shower tub up to the vanity so that water couldn't get in the small space between them. On the other side by the toilet I stood a piece about 4" tall vertically out to the angled section where you would step into the tub section. I used caulk to hold it in place. Works perfect and no more water outside of the tubby. Went to the hardware store and bought a broken piece for $4 and a small tube of caulk.
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