I am building a small camper and looking for different ideas on building the shower/toilet combo section. The space available is 2'x4' for the bathroom. I was thinking of purchasing a shower/toilet shower pan but I can't find any. Anyone know where I can pick one up or have any different ideas? I was also curious as to why are there step/seat shower pans? You actually sit to take a shower?
most of the combo units are all fiberglass like a shower stall,theres places on the net that have all kinds of rv stuff,some rv salvage yards,try a place like www.rvpartsoutlet.com/newstore/nojava/index.cmf see if they have anything you can use,
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You could form it in sheetmetal or plywood then bedliner it. That is my plan. The seat in the one piece fiberglass factory showers is a fancy dancy way to deal with the side of the pickup bed. My ideal camper is on a flatbed and much rather have the floorspace than the seat. PortaPotties and cassette toilets rule. George
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The seat is mostly due to the fact that there insn't enough room for a grown person to take a shower in the space provided. So they compromise by giving you a seat to keep you from falling down while doing the contortions necessary to get clean in that little area.
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I would just install a shower and use a porta-potti. The last one I bought had no metal parts so if it gets wet in the shower it doesn't hurt anything. I still use it a couple of times a year when I go tent camping. A medium sized unit lasted my wife and I 3-4 days and can be dumped in any toilet or down a sewer drain. Very easy and clean and leaves more room for a larger grey water tank. My camper came with a conventional RV toilet but I'd much rather have either space for a porta-potti or a cassette toilet and a larger grey tank.
The reason for the step in the wet baths is that there is usually something (like the top of the black tank) underneath.
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