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Unread 11-21-2020, 11:50 AM   #16
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Looks to have turned out well, Jon.
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Thank you CX, it came together , the thing I didn’t like was using the Schlutrr metal on the obtuse angle corners with the little corner “nub” - they worked but wouldn’t use that method again . Laticrete epoxy on floor pebbles and permacolor on walls has worked out ok but I probably wouldn’t do stone pebbles in a steam shower again also.
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And now you've helped future visitors with their similar decisions.
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Looks great, Jon, especially after many years of use!
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Thanks for sharing the pics, Jon. It looks fantastic!
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Thanks guys!

Thanks for the comments, figured I'd post finished photos after asking advice for years. Don't hold back criticisms. That shower was a bit of work, the steam generator is under the bench with an access panel in the toilet "room", homeowner insisted we use the available space thus the wedge shape. It helped that we started with flat walls.
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I’m curious about the glass “trap door” at the top of the glass panel.
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steam shower vent "window"

The shower door guys added that - it's a vent window to allow one to spill heat and also to vent enclosure when finished. (CB Showers)
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vent

the ceiling vent fan is on the ceiling where this window vents to
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