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Old 01-17-2016, 11:38 PM   #21
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I think I just found another project to add to the list of mods I want to do.

Those of you that have done this to your bathrooms... do you find that it helps keep the moisture under control (like shower spray)? Our bathroom in our hybrid TT is VERY small and taking showers in it takes some getting used to from showing at home. The thin vinyl curtain gets suck to EVERYTHING and doesn't seem to keep water in as much as I would like. I have to wipe down the vanity every time. I don't mind the wiping down part, but I am concerned about what the effect that kind of moisture will have on the materials over time.
Miranda:

Here's a couple mods you might want to consider. Add plexiglass on side of vanity and caulk around it to keep water off the vanity. Get a large shower shield at Walmart for the other side.

And these clips are good for securing the shower curtain to the wall:
http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/stor...FZY0aQodJE4MuQ
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Old 01-17-2016, 11:47 PM   #22
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Ah, such great ideas! I never knew shower shields existed!
Question on the plexi... in the picture it appears that you screwed it first into the vanity then caulked the seams?
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Old 01-18-2016, 11:55 AM   #23
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Ah, such great ideas! I never knew shower shields existed!
Question on the plexi... in the picture it appears that you screwed it first into the vanity then caulked the seams?
Yes. I attached to the vanity with SS screws and put a small piece of 1/2" wood behind each screw for the screws to bite into. If I were to do it again, I would have cut it so it went down the side, too. Then caulk.

I can't take credit for this one. It's a pretty common mod here on the forum.

Also, if you have the big white "rivets" holding your shower stall walls to the TT walls and if they're in the way of the shower shield, you can get auto panel retainers at any auto parts store. The nicest I found had some kind of tie-down thing on top that I had to cut off, but they worked very well. Just cut the offending ones off with a single edged razor blade, drill a new hole to the side and push in the retainer.
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