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07-16-2008 02:57 PM

Topic tags/keywords: shower stall wood oak

I am on the last step in bathroom remodel. First project of any size and I seek guidance on this step. I am using 1×10 oak planks for shower stall, not the actual stall, the space above stall to ceiling and ceilng. I am cutting lap joints in oak to prevent leakage thru to back of wood and plan on using silicone to seal lap joints as I assemble. I am staining with MinWax and will use MinWax polyurethane to cover once all wood is up and snug.

I have also purchased shower vent fan (120cfm) with humidity sensor.

Any thoughts on steps or process?


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#1 posted 01-05-2009 07:50 AM

Interesting question, is this for the space above the shower stall but still inside the shower (where it can get wet) or is it “in front” of a lowered ceiling above the shower ( where it will stay comparatively dry)?

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