Originally Posted by CanoeStream
Long as we're talking boats and rot resistance -- how about hackmatack
and, they make great "knees" in a boat.
Originally Posted by Bill M.
My suggestion is to just do not do it.... Lousy for repeated wetting and drying. Seems like it will get slimy and moldy.
Bill might also be right with his suggestion. the slimy moldy potential would also have much to do with how often the shower gets used.
for a "daily driver" the wood may be impractical, but for a shower being used occasionally, I am, truthfully, unsure?
in any case, if you're going to press forward on this, you might also consider using teak or honduras mahogany rather than cedar or redwood.
any other "wooden boaters" out there to weigh in on this one?