shower stall


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Noun1.shower stall - booth for washing yourself, usually in a bathroomshower stall - booth for washing yourself, usually in a bathroom
bathroom, bath - a room (as in a residence) containing a bathtub or shower and usually a washbasin and toilet
kiosk, stall, booth, cubicle - small area set off by walls for special use
shower - a plumbing fixture that sprays water over you; "they installed a shower in the bathroom"
shower curtain - a curtain that keeps water from splashing out of the shower area
shower room - a room with several showers
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The shower stall is neither deep nor is it very long so I must back in sideways with my feet hanging out.
Designed and manufactured by Care Giver Support Products, LLC, this completely assembled shower stall allows wheelchair users to take a shower in any room that has access (within 15 feet) to water for the showerhead, an electrical outlet for the pump to remove waste water, and a drain.
LUSH COLORS can turn even a tiny shower stall into a tropical getaway.
InPro's patented ShowerShield[TM] curtain has a unique lip on the sides and bottom of the curtain that tucks inside the shower stall to prevent leaks.
RECOMMENDATIONS: Decor boarding removed and wall covering started from fresh, shower stall to be securely fixed, operation of the sliding door improved, whole area finished to an acceptable standard and attention to the fittings and finishes to the water tank in the loft.
I lost my balance and tumbled out of the shower stall, taking the shower curtain with me.
Q Is there something I can apply to my tub and my shower stall to make them less slippery?
Clarion Bathware offers a shower stall, model MP60355D, that converts to a combination tub and shower with the addition of the model MP6035T tub insert.
You can come caulk my shower stall with your shirt off any time.
I simply used poles high enough for the tower, put on braces and cross-braces, took a 55-gallon drum and cut a large hole in the upper side of it to pour water into, put the drum on the top braces, built a ladder up to it, ran a piece of garden hose from the small bung to an old shower head, built a shower stall near the tower, covered it with 6 mil plastic, ran the hose into the top of it, and we all had hot showers in all kinds of weather, even at -32[degrees]F.
Replace it with a compact bath-and-shower-stall combination or perhaps a shorter bath tub with a shower stall alongside would be more appropriate for your bathroom.
The bathrooms are big enough to include a Jacuzzi-type bathtub and a separate shower stall.