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Old 01-25-2016, 06:55 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Shower stall which also can be a kid's tub

I'm looking to install a shower stall in my RV bus. I need one that has a 12" or so lip on the shower base so that it can double as a small tub for small children. Has anyone seen anything like this? I've done a lot of looking online and haven't located anything yet.

Actually, I want this thing to triple as a shower, tub and sink. The idea would be, to have a shower head on a hose that could be hung at the top for showers, and in the middle for it being a tub/sink. There would be two hooks, so that you can move it to the desired height. If you need to wash your hands, you would just wash them in the shower stall, with the shower head at a lower level.

Any thoughts, suggestion or leads? Anyone maybe have a better idea that would work better?

Thanks!
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Old 01-25-2016, 07:02 PM   #2
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This one is 10" deep. I saw one 13" deep as well.
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Old 01-25-2016, 07:40 PM   #3
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We've had several people here use a livestock watering trough for a bathtub. Hang a curtain around it and you've got a shower. They've usually been galvanized steel I think, though I believe I've also seen them made of polyethylene.
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This one is 12" high.

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Old 01-25-2016, 11:17 PM   #6
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Thanks! Great ideas! I kind like the one from ebay that wunderhut posted above because it can potentially be installed in a shower stall. However, I like the trough/tank idea, too. I had considered galvanized steel tank before, but I guess my main concern was designing a shower curtain system that encircles the shower and successfully keeps the water in. Anyone know of a way to setup the shower curtain so that you aren't going to have water escaping? I guess my concern is that with a circular/oval structure it's harder to keep the water in than if you have a square structure (in a shower stall).
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Actually, I want this thing to triple as a shower, tub and sink. The idea would be, to have a shower head on a hose that could be hung at the top for showers, and in the middle for it being a tub/sink. There would be two hooks, so that you can move it to the desired height. If you need to wash your hands, you would just wash them in the shower stall, with the shower head at a lower level.

Any thoughts, suggestion or leads? Anyone maybe have a better idea that would work better?

Thanks!
I like how you think. I drafted a rough sketch of much the same thing, but the floor raised to get the "sink" at counter height. I had even gone so far as to select material for the back wall that mimicked a mirror behind the waist-high sink.


But that went away when my shower was deleted from my layout.

Can't wait to see how yours turns out.
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