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Old 06-20-2011, 06:47 AM   #21
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I was going to install the plexiglass against the cabinet, but not sure if I like it.


HTM.....From a purley curiosity stand point, wouldn't the shower guard on the toilet side work on the vanity side as well? Or is there just not enough coverage....

I like the digital thermostat replacement as well!

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I don't think there is enough coverage, my main concern is the cabinet wood gets wet.
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Much prettier than mine!! I didn't have the option at the time. I may have to change it out. I didn't like the fact I couldn't dry up the water between the counter and the shower base. That is why I covered the whole length. I wanted no moisture in there at all. It may not be pretty but it functions flawlessly. I haven't looked at it since I put it in.
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Old 06-20-2011, 06:26 PM   #24
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The shower splash guards sound like a good idea but I don't think it would do much good for me. First of all I splash way too much to risk flooding the TT.

I would need splash guards that cover all the walls, ceiling, door, floor and toilet. To be on the safe side I might as well add cat litter on the floor outside of the bathroom to soak up any that got past the splash guards.

We play it safe and use the inside shower as a foot bath before climbing into bed. The outside one gets used and abused
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Old 06-20-2011, 06:48 PM   #25
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The shower splash guards sound like a good idea but I don't think it would do much good for me. First of all I splash way too much to risk flooding the TT.

I would need splash guards that cover all the walls, ceiling, door, floor and toilet. To be on the safe side I might as well add cat litter on the floor outside of the bathroom to soak up any that got past the splash guards.

Now that's FUNNY!!!!

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Old 06-20-2011, 08:47 PM   #26
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Much prettier than mine!! I didn't have the option at the time. I may have to change it out. I didn't like the fact I couldn't dry up the water between the counter and the shower base. That is why I covered the whole length. I wanted no moisture in there at all. It may not be pretty but it functions flawlessly. I haven't looked at it since I put it in.
Yeah, I don't like that either, not being able to dry it. I can't get the plexiglass flush on the shower base and against the shower wall.
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I got mine close then used silicone to fill the "gap". Remember nothing is square. You may need to scribe it to get close. 1/8" is likely close enough then silicone it. A little masking tape and a compass or carpenters pencil to draw the line then cut then line.
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Woot! Thanks for the pix and ideas. I'm going to install two of the handle bars ASAP.
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