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Old 08-02-2008, 02:21 PM   #1
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The rear shower/bathtub in our 30' is not user friendly. I'd like to hear from other rear bath owners to know if there is an improvement to having a shower without getting the surrounding valve-set and window doused.
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Greetings John!

Arlene Fowler solved the problem in both my Overlander and Minuet when she refurbished the interiors on my coaches. Arlene modified a premium fabric shower curtain by adding a continuous Velcro strip along the edge of the curtain to attach it to the wall where it is stored with a snap holder. She installed a curved track along the ceiling to maximize the available space in the shower, and to bring the curtain around such that the rear window and counter area is shielded. To further assist in this effort a series of three heavy duty snaps were installed along the rear wall to keep the curtain in position to protect the window/counter area.

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Greetings John!

curved track along the ceiling to maximize the available space in the shower, and to bring the curtain around such that the rear window and counter area is shielded. To further assist in this effort a series of three heavy duty snaps were installed along the rear wall to keep the curtain in position to protect the window/counter area.

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Kevin, thanks for your tip, do you have a pic of the Minuet?

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