I recently bought a couple of Phoenix shower doors for my daughter and niece, who love their new shower.
They were purchased from a local Phoenix-area plumbing contractor and they’re both about 6 feet tall and about 2 feet wide.
The doors are about 12 inches wide.
They are a bit of a mess when you open them, so I’m going to make sure that the shower door is secure and that the plumbing contractor has a good sense of what to do when it’s opened.
I also want to make it clear that this is NOT a DIY shower.
The plumbing contractor said that they would install some screws, install a new shower curtain, and maybe some new fittings.
This was done by a professional, and I am very happy that I did it.
However, this was not a simple, DIY shower project.
I decided to use my spare time and some spare materials to do a bit more work.
Before I begin, I want to let you know that you can contact me at: [email protected] if you have any questions or comments about this project.
To begin, we’re going to start by drilling out the bottom of the shower curtain.
The idea here is to prevent the shower from going into the sink.
The curtain is very high, so the only place you’ll be able to see the shower is at the base of the curtain.
Next, we’ll drill out the top of the wall where the shower would normally go.
This is also where the water will come out of the basin.
I drilled a hole in the wall about 5 inches above the top and a few inches above where the curtain would normally be.
After drilling out these holes, I used a utility knife to cut through the curtain material to remove the water line and other fixtures.
You can see in the picture above that the curtain was attached to the plumbing, and the waterline was attached via the fixture’s screw.
The fixtures were attached via a metal screw and two screws.
I then attached the water curtain to the ceiling joists and attached the fixtures to the walls.
The shower was ready to be used!
We did a quick test.
The water came out of my shower in about 4 minutes.
It was so quiet I could barely hear the shower and I could only hear it through the water.
After installing the shower, I was able to hear it going on for an hour or so.
If you were to take a shower in the Phoenix area, I’d recommend using a water pipe to keep the water in and out.
If it was a home-made shower, you would need to use a water filter.
I have not done this and I’ve had no problems with water coming out of this shower.
It also helped to add a few extra screws on the wall.
It’s really nice to be able see the water coming from the shower as it comes in.
The next step was to add some more shower curtains.
These were about a foot in length and I drilled the ends off to make them easier to cut.
Next up, I added a couple more shower curtain pieces.
I didn’t have much spare room so I just used a couple old towels.
After adding the curtain pieces, I attached them to the shower.
You should see the curtain hanging in the shower in one piece, which is great because I need to have it in a position to be pulled out and reattached later.
I did this because it was the right size for me.
The curtains were attached to an old shower door and I added some extra fittings to the door.
It looks like I just glued the curtain onto the door itself.
The last piece of curtain that I added was a piece of duct tape that was attached directly to the curtain and secured to the fixture.
This part of the project was quite simple.
I just drilled a few holes through the door and screwed the curtains to the fixtures.
I took a look at the fixtures and found that they were all working just fine.
The only thing that I was a little worried about was that they might be damaged.
I’m pretty sure that I didn, but I was very careful to only add a couple screws and leave it in place for the time being.
I installed these shower curtains about a week ago and they have held up great.
Now I can see how to use them.
Now that I’ve got these shower curtain parts, I can start to attach the shower curtains to my shower door.
The problem with shower curtains is that they tend to get really dirty, so we want to keep that in mind when attaching them.
When I put them on, I put my shower curtain under the door so that the water doesn’t leak out of it.
I found that this works best if I’m able to hang the shower on a piece with a big opening.
I like to put a towel under the shower so that I can quickly grab