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bathroom wall differences

Posted by L Kennedy on May 4th, 2000 09:33 PM

I have bought a two year old resale house and it has an oval tub installed
next to the shower stall. It is not in a corner. The wall on the front side
of the tub, from the front edge of the tub to the floor, is just painted
drywall with a baseboard at the bottom edge which meets carpet. It gets
drips of water on it every time I take a bath and get in and out of the tub.
I want to replace it with something waterproof like vinyl or "pretend"
marble, but I'm concerned about the thickness of the new wall matching the
carpet line. I don't need to recarpet. What would you recommend and how do
I go about fixing it? The seam along the lip edge of the tub is not lined up
with the sheetrodk. Some of the wall is under the lip and some of it is over
the edge of the lip.

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