Gap between wall and tub surround


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Old 01-14-04, 05:37 AM
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Question Gap between wall and tub surround

I have a gap between the wall and tub surround from 1/2 inch to 1 inch in spots. I tried the white rubber/plastic tub surround kit to cover this gap, but it didn't work to good as the glue would not hold good and the white rubber would lift up in spots. I was wondering if anyone had any tips to this problem. I'm not worried so much about the inside top tub area, it's the outside that faces the you, and is not covered by the shower curtain.
 
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Old 01-18-04, 01:32 PM
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Since this is a unusually large margin, I would somehow build a starter strip with wood, then trim out this edge with plastic molding and break the margins evenly over the distance to make the best appearance of what you have.


This will take some finigling to make it look appearance plausible, but you will eventually figure out what is best.
 
 

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