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Old 08-05-2015, 07:21   #1
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Shower Curtain

This is a question I never thought I wold ask . We are the proud owners of an Outremer 45 (origonal style) and we need to replace the shower curtain .The previous one is torn but not mildewed and the boat is mould free .It spends its time in the Caribbean .My wife wants to know what the best material might be.
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Old 08-05-2015, 07:47   #2
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A shower curtain from a Home Depot type place would do just fine. Really. Doesn't have to have a "marine store" price on it to work.
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Old 08-05-2015, 07:57   #3
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Polyester fabric like what hotels use for a liner.

On the same subject where can I find the little sewn in curtain guides that fit in a "U" shaped track for the shower in my Gulf 32?
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Polyester fabric like what hotels use for a liner.



On the same subject where can I find the little sewn in curtain guides that fit in a "U" shaped track for the shower in my Gulf 32?

Sailrite has everything you'll probably ever need for interior boat hardware.

http://www.sailrite.com/Curtain-Hard...rtain-Hardware



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We just used basic soft shower curtains. Can be washed and when really bad just replaced.

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A regular store-bought curtain works. We cut ours in half. Use the first half until you wear it out, then suddenly you have a new curtain.
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Hi David
have you found your new shower curtains? I found your question and want to know if you got new one. The polyester shower curtain not too bad. you can have a try. PEVA or PVC plastic are good at waterproof.
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