To caulk a shower stall, remove any old caulk from the seams, clean the seams with water and soap, allow them to dry, use a caulking gun to seal the seams with caulk, and then smooth the caulk with your finger. Use a sil... More »

Use a hair dryer set to high heat to soften the silicone caulk around a shower and then cut it away using a razor blade. Remove all of the silicone caulk from the shower surface to ensure that fresh caulk adheres complet... More »

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To build a shower stall, remove the room's existing walls and prepare the shower's framework by digging a foundation. Install a drain and fill the foundation around that drain with cement. Smooth the cement and add a wat... More »

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To caulk a shower, remove the old caulk with a putty knife, clean the shower, and apply the caulk with a caulk gun by squeezing the trigger and pulling the gun along the seams. This project can be completed in about an h... More »

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As of July 2015, Kohler sells two styles of shower stall kits in a variety of configurations, sizes and colors. The Sonata style includes a bath tub option. The Freewill shower kits are free-barrier designs with integrat... More »

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To tile a shower stall, first install a vapor barrier, flashing and cement board to the walls. Make holes for the plumbing and a level line around the stall for the first course of tiles. This line indicates the ending p... More »

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It is possible to replace the shower stall in the RV. First, consult the manufacturer involved with the RV to discover the area of the shower access board. More »

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