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Old 01-14-2014, 08:57 AM   #11
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Does anybody w/a Ultralight have any problems w/ the walls if you utilize the shower?
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Old 01-14-2014, 09:34 AM   #12
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I looked at a LOT of trailers that didn't have shower surrounds in the shower. And honestly it confuses me greatly. I agree that it just seems wrong to shower right up against the walls...

Anyway, if you add some kind of shower surround, you could add a layer of protection by painting about a 2' band of "red guard" around the bottom before you put in whatever poly sheeting you might use. Double protect by caulking in really well around the bottom, and all the seams, and I would think you'd have a pretty good system!
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Old 01-16-2014, 01:18 PM   #13
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What about instead of velcro use the tiny 3m hooks with a shower liner. This way the hooks can hold the top (and bottom with use of a hole puncher) but removed without damaging the walls if you change your mind or doesn't look good, unlike the velco.

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A idea just came to me. Run a line of Velcro down the shower wall(s). Run a line of Velcro down a shower liner. Attach the liner to the wall if the shower will be utilized.

Not elegant but functional and cheap. Any other ideas?
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I'm pretty sure that if you measure your shower opening you can order a surround from Jayco. Some models have it some don't, but they are available. Also try camping world. If mine had come without a shower surround, I would paint it with a thick marine paint, and then attach the vinyl tiles from home depot. Very little extra weight, and very custom.. here is a link.. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Smart-Til...s#.Utgx_qVdGTM
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What about instead of velcro use the tiny 3m hooks with a shower liner. This way the hooks can hold the top (and bottom with use of a hole puncher) but removed without damaging the walls if you change your mind or doesn't look good, unlike the velco.
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I'm pretty sure that if you measure your shower opening you can order a surround from Jayco. Some models have it some don't, but they are available. Also try camping world. If mine had come without a shower surround, I would paint it with a thick marine paint, and then attach the vinyl tiles from home depot. Very little extra weight, and very custom.. here is a link.. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Smart-Til...s#.Utgx_qVdGTM
Nice and nicer !!!!
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I'm pretty sure that if you measure your shower opening you can order a surround from Jayco. Some models have it some don't, but they are available. Also try camping world. If mine had come without a shower surround, I would paint it with a thick marine paint, and then attach the vinyl tiles from home depot. Very little extra weight, and very custom.. here is a link.. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Smart-Til...s#.Utgx_qVdGTM
Yeah, I like this idea!
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