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Old 01-05-2017, 04:09 PM   #61
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That one is 18" x 24". The area is 22" x 27". Guess there is no real reason to cover the entire area. Don't suppose it slips around. Nice low price.
Here is a photo of the $30 Amazon one in our 2017 21'

That I linked to.

I would call it a perfect fit.

No movement side to side, and a wee bit of space front to back.

Just slide it 2" to access floor valve / hair catch.

:-)

Not sure what area is "22" x 27" that you mentioned..... in a 2017 - 21'?
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Old 01-05-2017, 08:09 PM   #62
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Interesting topic , yesterday on our expensive teak shower stool . Did the annual cleaning had to use a little bleach on bottom . Let it dry , then reoiled it with Teak Oil . Pat
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Here is a photo of the $30 Amazon one in our 2017 21'

That I linked to.

I would call it a perfect fit.

No movement side to side, and a wee bit of space front to back.

Just slide it 2" to access floor valve / hair catch.

:-)

Not sure what area is "22" x 27" that you mentioned..... in a 2017 - 21'?

I will have to look at the measurements closely next time because it looks as if your mat is actually against the walls or almost, as if they are only 24" or 25". Does the mat measure 24"? Ours is a classic. I know that I did not measure very well, just getting something approximate.
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Old 01-25-2017, 10:37 PM   #64
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Here is a photo of the $30 Amazon one in our 2017 21'

That I linked to.

I would call it a perfect fit.

No movement side to side, and a wee bit of space front to back.

Just slide it 2" to access floor valve / hair catch.

:-)

Not sure what area is "22" x 27" that you mentioned..... in a 2017 - 21'?
John- like the floor, mine just arrived today to replace the BB&B teak one. This is wider so will be more proportional in the 21 bath.

So sounds like you went up & back for the new trailer? Trip report/pics?
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Old 01-25-2017, 10:48 PM   #65
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John- like the floor, mine just arrived today to replace the BB&B teak one. This is wider so will be more proportional in the 21 bath.

So sounds like you went up & back for the new trailer? Trip report/pics?
yes indeed... we survived...... now just gotta find the time to write up the experience, and put up some pics.



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it is amazing. very happy.
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Old 01-25-2017, 11:00 PM   #66
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Old 01-26-2017, 12:24 AM   #67
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Thanks for the responses - makes sense. I suppose the fibreglass could be quite slippery as well when showering?


The floor on the 2017 21' Escape is not slippery like the 2014 Casita was, but we like the look, so we got the one from BB&B. Next time, I will look for the one Los Angeles got.
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Old 01-26-2017, 12:33 AM   #68
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Floor can become slippery though with condensation which is why we also out a suction bath mat down first. Tried it without last trip and won't do that again.
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Thank you all for the discussion. Based on these posts, I purchased the seateak mat from Amazon and cut it to fit. It looks very nice and feels so good under my feet. Can't wait to try it out on our next cross country trip starting in late February.
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Thank you all for the discussion. Based on these posts, I purchased the seateak mat from Amazon and cut it to fit. It looks very nice and feels so good under my feet. Can't wait to try it out on our next cross country trip starting in late February.
Nice choice Wolfgang. You might want to dab some Teak Oil on the cut ends if you haven't done so already. We love the look and feel of the Seateak, and have received quite a few compliments from folks who've seen it.
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