Old 05-12-01, 04:19 PM
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I understand this may be a sacrilege thread in this forum, but please bear with me . . .

"Bath sheet walls." My wife said she saw an ad for this in a Home Depot brochure. Said it's something you can "hang up" over your current tile. Costs 30+ dollars. I have some serious tile damage in my shower, and before shelling out $$$ to fix it, I thought this might be an viable option for for now. I like to learn things myself, and am frugal enough to take on the daunting task of re-tiling my shower, but need something temporary to use while I learn.

My question: where do you find these "bath walls"? I performed a search on Home Depot's web site, but couldn't find anything. Obviously they carry them (remember, she saw an ad for them), but I know nothing about them.

All replies are duly appreciated!


Old 05-14-01, 03:32 PM
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Oh yeah, you in a heap o' trouble now for just mentionin' sumpin' like that.

I don't know, but Old Guy or one of the others who monitor the "Bath" board might have an idea.

If you ask me, I would go right into the tear out and tile installation. It'll save you bucks in the long run.

Old 05-16-01, 11:20 AM
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Shower wall surrounds

I agree with John. I'd go for the new tile job. The shower wall surrounds are popular with remodelers. I can't imagine the quality at $30. You might want to stop by Home Depot and take a look at them.

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