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Old 01-07-2010, 09:30 PM   #11
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Paul, I used the white bumpy stuff in my shower stall and it hasn't got dirty or yellow yet and it's been up 5 years. We only take a dozen showers a year in it though but it doesn't seem to get dirty too easy. Yes it has corner pieces, connectors, edge pieces, is easy to bend in one plane, and I used contact cement to stick it to Luon (spelling?) as well as my paneling around the toilet. It's cheap too. I don't know if I have any good pictures of it in my gallery here but I probably don't want to go out in the -5 degree weather to take any right now, maybe this spring. sportyrick
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Old 01-10-2010, 12:59 AM   #12
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Anyone ever used Lexan or plexi-glass? I have been thinking about this a bit sincer were have not started the bathroom build and plexi seemed to be a viable option or me.
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