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grammy

02:49PM | 09/15/03
Member Since: 09/14/03
2 lifetime posts
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My husband and I are remodeling our bathroom. We have pretty extensive experience with laying tile and, in fact, last year remodeled our guest bathroom and tiled the walls and floor. However, we are building a shower pan for this bathroom and would like to have a bench in one corner. We do not care for the shelf type benches and want to build one that has a solid front. We have been unable to find any books or instructions on how to build this within the shower pan. We would certainly appreciate pointers or the name of a book we could purchase that would give us step by step instructions.

Susie0128

08:18PM | 09/19/03
Member Since: 07/07/03
4 lifetime posts
go over to the www.johnbridge.com forum and look in their 'liberry'. you'll find instructions on how to build a bench there.

grammy

08:52AM | 09/20/03
Member Since: 09/14/03
2 lifetime posts
Many thanks for the info.
Grammy
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