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Old 07-15-2011, 04:09 PM   #1
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Two Piece Shower Separating

Unfortunately, my MH did came equipped with a two piece shower stall. A small section of the seam where the two pieces meet is starting to separate. Reaching into the seam with my finger, I can tell that they were secured together with nothing more than double sided foam tape. This doesnít seem like a very smart way to keep things secure and water-tight.

Iíd like to separate the seam all the way around and re-secure or glue it back together with something a little more permanent, but Iím not sure what to use.

Any suggestions?



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Old 07-15-2011, 06:41 PM   #2
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Whatever you do, the installation MUST allow the plastic to expand/contract with temp changes. Cracking guaranteed if that's not possible. Not sure glue would be a good plan, but something different in the way of double sided tape may be a good one?
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