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Old 06-27-2014, 10:06 PM   #1
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Shelves in the wardrobe

Just installed shelving in the wardrobe of my 21 FRBS. Used 3/8 inch sanded and pre-primed plywood. Tried to match the finish and came pretty close.[ATTACH]56517[ATTACH]


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Old 06-27-2014, 10:13 PM   #2
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Great job! It looks like it matches pretty well. Do you have any other mods in mind?
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Trying to figure out how to make my shower bigger!


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Depending on the layout it could be possible. Do you have a corner shower by chance?

Would installing a shower curtain extend rod help? This is when the rod is curved to allow a little extra space away from the shower curtain.

I got a feeling that I will need to let you figure this one out.
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Just purchased an extendable rid that I'm hoping will work. On our first trip out I used twine and some clips I just happened to have on hand. I was able to pull the shower curtain out by attaching the other end of the twine to the TP holder. It worked but I don't think it is a permanent solution. I'll post the results of the shower curtain bar.


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Old 06-27-2014, 10:34 PM   #6
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Based on the twine and clips method the extendable rod might work.
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Nice job on your wardrobe shelves! Stain looks like a good match.
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Old 06-30-2014, 06:14 PM   #8
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Nice job, we added shelves to our closet as well, used it as a pantry and it worked perfectly.
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Looks good, nice job!
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Trying to figure out how to make my shower bigger!
I saw a video where an owner cut a hula hoop and pushed some PVC tee's on the ends. It was long enough to flex a little when stuck between the two walls of the shower enclosure. The purpose was to set it inside the shower curtain which curved that away from your body. That gives you extra space without having to replace the rod itself.
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