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Old 12-26-2014, 12:18 PM   #1
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Hello I need help

Hi I want to put new walls up in my shower in my 1975 Barth motor home and I would like some information on what to use for the walls and what kind of glue or nails Thanks you poeple rock !!!

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Old 12-26-2014, 03:38 PM   #2
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Lowes did sell sheet material and corner fittings, I guess they still do. Could be cut to size, not sure about a door

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Liquid nails will fix anything.......Used it in my RV......works like a charm
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im getting ready to build a shower/bathroom in a 68 winnebago tt, there a nice size walk in closet that will be perfect for it,,--my thoughts are to run the drain pipe to the center and install the shower/floor pan and pedastal toilet and liquid nail shower board all around for walls,,---our 68 holiday had the same set up so i dont see why this wont work...
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I had the plastic surround on my tub/shower. I pulled off the 3 sides of plastic and replaced them with FRP that I got from Home Depot. Used the connectors and end caps along with silicone sealant. that was about 12 years ago and it is holding up well. Last time I priced FRP it was around $26 a 4'x8' sheet. I used 2 sheets to keep from having a seam in the middle of the wall.
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