On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 12:19:39PM +0100, Bernard Tyers wrote:
> On Wed, 4 Apr 2001, kevin lyda wrote:
> > ok, since people had radiator tips, what about shower tray tips. mine's
> > level on one side, but slopes a bit down from the wall on the other side.
> > my solution is to raise the level side (it needs to go up by about a cm).
> > what i should use to do this eludes me.
i wasn't clear. it's a shower tray in a corner so i need to add a corner
shower door. i was refering to the outer lip where the shower door sits.
the inside part of the tray is sloped down to the drain - that's fine.
it's the outer part where the door sits that should be level but isn't.
i'd rather not reseat the shower tray...
> why tamper if it isn't broken...
oh it's broken alright unless there's some leaning tower of piza style
of bathroom design i missed. i'm just trying to limit the tampering to
a plastic strip under the door or something.
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