Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:11:21 AM
To begin with, a plywood having a thickness of 3/4 inch should be placed over joists that are 2 by 10 inches in size. This is what creates the floor.
Position the shower pan as you want. Sketch the outline of the shower unit and make a mark to where the shower drain is.
It is important that you buy a thick, heavy liner along with a basic curtain in order to prevent it from clinging to you. A lot of people have worked around this clingy problem they have suffered from by attaching magnets to the base of the liner that sticks to the tub. This way, the liner remains in place and you can have a comfortable shower in your clawfoot tub. Now, not all clawfoot tubs are made of iron and some may be made of other materials such as acrylic. In that case, simply get a heavy shower curtain liner in order to keep it weighed down and away from you.
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