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Old 11-07-2010, 07:51 AM   #29
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Thanks for the compliment! The shower pan was refinished with gray urethane boat paint thinned for brushing over an epoxy primer. The walls are covered with white Formica. I stripped off the old vinyl on the plywood walls and applied the Formica with contact cement. Formica on the ceiling and outside wall was cut using the the old interior skin as a pattern.
The vanity top is Corian. A new china sink and faucet with new shower faucet. All the piping was done in PEX. I used the original vanity front and modified the shelf inside to accommodate the new plumbing.

The box above the window is plywood covered with Formica to give a flat surface for the mirror and lights. The medicine chest is a home type mounted on the wall.

I got rid of the black water tank vent pipe in the corner to the right of the medicine chest and routed it on the other side of the wall behind the refrigerator and tied into the gray tank vent line.
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Old 11-08-2010, 10:44 AM   #30
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It look's great
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Old 11-08-2010, 11:25 AM   #31
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I agree, great looking shower. Can't wait to see Trucks efforts and steal some more ideas!!

Question - Are exhaust fans necessary? I haven't planned one. Should I?
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I would recommend an exhaust vent. Mine was equipped with the Ventline 7" fan that you can see in the photo, from the factory. It helps get rid of some of the humidity from the shower.
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