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Old 03-09-2018, 05:21 PM   #1
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Wet Room Drain

How does water drain from this wet room?
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Old 03-09-2018, 05:32 PM   #2
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What I've seen is there's a trough in the center and the floor slopes from all sides toward the trough...
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Old 03-09-2018, 05:48 PM   #3
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There's no curtain so water is going to splash off you over the whole room.
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Old 03-09-2018, 06:12 PM   #4
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Pick a specific wet room and look at the specifications for it.
Should tell you the specifics and the exact measurements for the drain center and or trough dimension if a trough is built into it or if you need to figure out your own for that suppliers product.
The wet bath toilet thing is not just an RV thing?
Something that just started popping up around here if BATHFITTER that makes there own stuff to refitt an existing unit but should be able to tell you what framing or support is needed to fit there custom design unit as well as drain openings.
Anyone can do fiberglass and with the vehicles thes days we know it flexes so why not a custom build?
Even the state park toilets setting over a 30' deep hole are fiberglass.
Cheap and easy to fix yourself but the finished look to match the existing is where the money is.
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The few I saw I didn't like, they were all in Tiny houses and not buses. One had a sliding door on a barn track and had aluminum on the bath side and the shower head was right in the middle of the bath.... Crazy
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If you can't afford or do your own custom build then you have to accept something already made which you have to cut to fit anyway?
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There's no curtain so water is going to splash off you over the whole room.
I stayed in a really cheap hotel once that had a bathroom like this. No thanks.

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Old 03-10-2018, 07:39 PM   #8
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It has a sliding door on the outside (barn style) but without a raised lip across the opening, water is just going to run out into the living area. Cute...but not too savvy.
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It has a sliding door on the outside (barn style) but without a raised lip across the opening, water is just going to run out into the living area. Cute...but not too savvy.
Actually, not only is there not a lip, it looks like the tile is higher than the wood. Not good.

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Genius...simply genius.
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