It's hard to get all the details in sometimes.
This is an area designated as a shower stall. It is empty. There is no sink, no plumbing
, no vanity, no floor, no shower pan, no walls.
It's just an empty space in a fiberglass hull
without anything there.
I need to build the entire thing from scratch. Also, it can't be "use a pump sprayer", "dive in the ocean", etc.
I need to build a real shower a wife would want to use. It will make my life much, much happier if she has a real shower.
Specifically, what materials and construction techniques would you use to do this in a very lightweight way, using no or very little epoxy
and no sanding
? I have epoxy sensitivity and don't enjoy sanding.
I think the prefinished honeycomb panels
I'm open to buying
whatever it takes. Not on a strict budget
I prefer not to build a shower and use a washcloth with water heated on the stove. This isn't for me though. It's a minimum female requirement.