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Stromberg Carlson EXT 3542 Extend A Shower

Stromberg Carlson EXT-3542 Extend-A-Shower

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  • Taking a shower in an RV tub/shower is usually a question of what will get you first: the claustrophobia of the tight space or the octopus-like tenticles of the wet and clingy shower curtain, or the leaks on the floor. Extend a Shower really helps solve these problems! I had to order the larger size and cut the center section to size, and also had to install blocking at both atachment points since there were no "studs" to secure the ends. This made installation more of a challenge, but well worth the effort. We use our RV for snowbirding, so a tub/shower that works well is a priority. If you want to use your RV shower, but hate the set-up, Extend a Shower will likely make poorly compromised set-up very workable. We added a nice curtain (ditched the cheap, clingy, ugly original equipment), and added an extra hook at each end of the tub enclousure to pull the curtain around the corner. Looks great and works even better!

    To extend a shower arm, you will actually need to replace the entire portion of pipe between the shower head and the wall with a longer section. You can find longer shower arms at home improvement stores selling from $10 to over a $100, depending on your decorative tastes. The lengths range from just a few inches to over a foot. These longer arms allow you to pull the shower head away from the wall for convenience or if you have limited mobility.

  • Taking a shower in an RV tub/shower is usually a question of what will get you first: the claustrophobia of the tight space or the octopus-like tenticles of the wet and clingy shower curtain, or the leaks on the floor. Extend a Shower really helps solve these problems! I had to order the larger size and cut the center section to size, and also had to install blocking at both atachment points since there were no "studs" to secure the ends. This made installation more of a challenge, but well worth the effort. We use our RV for snowbirding, so a tub/shower that works well is a priority. If you want to use your RV shower, but hate the set-up, Extend a Shower will likely make poorly compromised set-up very workable. We added a nice curtain (ditched the cheap, clingy, ugly original equipment), and added an extra hook at each end of the tub enclousure to pull the curtain around the corner. Looks great and works even better!

    To extend a shower arm, you will actually need to replace the entire portion of pipe between the shower head and the wall with a longer section. You can find longer shower arms at home improvement stores selling from $10 to over a $100, depending on your decorative tastes. The lengths range from just a few inches to over a foot. These longer arms allow you to pull the shower head away from the wall for convenience or if you have limited mobility.

  • Taking a shower in an RV tub/shower is usually a question of what will get you first: the claustrophobia of the tight space or the octopus-like tenticles of the wet and clingy shower curtain, or the leaks on the floor. Extend a Shower really helps solve these problems! I had to order the larger size and cut the center section to size, and also had to install blocking at both atachment points since there were no "studs" to secure the ends. This made installation more of a challenge, but well worth the effort. We use our RV for snowbirding, so a tub/shower that works well is a priority. If you want to use your RV shower, but hate the set-up, Extend a Shower will likely make poorly compromised set-up very workable. We added a nice curtain (ditched the cheap, clingy, ugly original equipment), and added an extra hook at each end of the tub enclousure to pull the curtain around the corner. Looks great and works even better!

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