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Old 04-10-2014, 07:41 PM   #141
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Paul, our 21 shower floor is 22"x 26". Wonder why the difference?
I was just commenting on the size of the deck Jim linked to.... I don't have my trailer home to measure, but I'm sure they all come out of the same mold .
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Old 04-10-2014, 08:28 PM   #142
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That stuff looks like it doesn't breathe, Myron. No worries with mold?
I know Tammy has used that in the past. I use a material similar to Dry-Dek with the foam mat on top, and a rug on top of that. The latter I can shake out periodically to keep the dirt down. I also squeegee and then dry the floor after I shower. So far no mold problems.
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Old 04-10-2014, 11:11 PM   #143
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I was just commenting on the size of the deck Jim linked to.... I don't have my trailer home to measure, but I'm sure they all come out of the same mold .
I believe I got the medium sized unit 26x 20 size and trimmed it down. The shower floor is actually smaller than the measurement as it curves in at the very bottom, due to the curvature of the walls. I realize that the bamboo states not be be immersed in water, but it has plastic little feet which keeps it raised off the floor, thus any water is surface water. It just keeps your feet off the floor and looks so good. In addition it is coated with a preservative, the one I use outside has not shown any issue with being wet.
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Old 04-11-2014, 11:44 AM   #144
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I'd prefer to not use anything that gets my head even closer to the ceiling... so I don't use anything. The one time I used the shower ...I sat down.
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Have you ever thought to create a public "wish List" on Amazon
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:42 PM   #146
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No, but I know the UPS delivery person by name….I received a "Prime" membership as a present since I'm a in inhome caregiver. Thus most of my non perishables are via amazon.
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Some recent additions, installed a stock light over the bed with the red led nightlight. Found a neat step addition that really makes the step more secure and less wobbly. Installed the hitch stabilizer. Someone gave me a Bose sound link, blue tooth speaker system, really sounds great inside. Installed some wooden shelfs on back wall and neat little deer lamp.
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Nice, very nice Jim. Now about the rugs... where did you get them? That's EXACTLY what I'm looking for!
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