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Old 01-26-2012, 10:41 AM   #11
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While I do not exactly what type setup each has. My last TT had the tub with cloth type shower curtain. I installed "splash guards" in the corners with double sided tape from Ace. They are 6" x 6" triangluar pieces of white plastic that has a slot in them for holding the shower curtain. I have them in the kids tub at home too and they work great.

What also helped was a cheap home size clear or white plastic shower liner that I doubled up with the orginal cloth curtain. When I installed the liner I started one hole in leaving about a 8" extra piece to lay flat against the back wall and did the same on the head end. By doing this you have a decent amount of curtain coming into the shower sealing it off pretty well. A damp wall makes a good adhesive. A simple cloths pin on top can hold it back if you don't like the way it looks when not in use and open. The home size ones also are longer so you might have to trim the bottom as well.

These mods are about $20.00 total and will keep 99% of the water inside, level or not.
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Old 01-26-2012, 11:40 AM   #12
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I checked at 2 bb&bs and didn't find them. I will have to look at others when traveling. Thanks for the tip.
They are available on line at BB&B
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Old 01-26-2012, 06:44 PM   #13
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They are available on line at BB&B
I went to their website and found them. I refuse to pay $6 shipping them. The shipping cost more than the clips. I will buy them if I find them in a bb&b store. Thanks for the information.
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Old 03-24-2012, 07:24 AM   #14
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the clips look like a great idea I also went to my local B&BW and they did not carry them in store. They looked them up for my zip code and most stores did not carry them I saw one store in another state that had them listed in store. You may be able to get a store to look up the area you would be in and see if they stock them.
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Thanks for the info. I am also thinking about sewing Velcro onto the curtain and just Velcroing the one side to the wall.
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Thanks for the info. I am also thinking about sewing Velcro onto the curtain and just Velcroing the one side to the wall.
That's a smart idea!
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That's a smart idea!

Thank you.
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Haven't used it yet but I added a thin clear plastic curtain to the back of the factory shower curtain which I then bring inwards to the shower wall and hook the two end rings of the plastic shower curtain to the shower wall. Hope this works as it will have been a very simple fix!
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How did you add it? I haven't figured out how those clips come loose without removing the whole rod that's fastened to the overhead.
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How did you add it? I haven't figured out how those clips come loose without removing the whole rod that's fastened to the overhead.
I added a shower curtain to the outside of the factory curtain. I used Velcro to attach the new curtain to the factory curtain. I have pictures at webshots.
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