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Posted: 01/03/20 06:54pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Anyone found a source for a waterproof cover to put over toilet during shower to keep toilet dry in a wet bath?

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Try a garbage bag...


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Johno02 wrote:

Try a garbage bag...

Would prefer a more permanent solution out of marine grade canvas. I can have one made, but just wondering if anyone has found a source. I Googled it and didn't find anything.

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Although it would never occur to me to cover the toilet, I would look for a vinyl covered canvas boat or dock box cover because you will need to dry and store it when not using the shower. You might find one close to the right size without going custom.

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Posted: 01/04/20 04:48am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I just squeege off the top of the toilet lid.

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Here is an interesting article on this subject with a lot of great ideas:Wet Baths

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Buy a adjustable pole and shower curtain that you can slide across the
front of the toilet when showering.

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Old Days wrote:

Buy a adjustable pole and shower curtain that you can slide across the
front of the toilet when showering.

Now that's an interesting idea. You could use a second adjustable pole across the top of the toilet lid to hold the curtain back against the toilet and out of your way. That would keep water off the toilet and the wall behind the toilet. Thanks, I'll give that a try!

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Roadtech wrote:

Here is an interesting article on this subject with a lot of great ideas:Wet Baths
That was a fun article. I do like the more relaxed approach - use a sponge or microfiber towel to dry and squeeze excess water out and down the drain. I think covering the toilet will cause more problems with having to dry the cover.


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pasusan wrote:

I think covering the toilet will cause more problems with having to dry the cover.

Maybe use two covers. One hanging up to dry and another previously dried and available. I think dropping a cover on and taking it off again is less work than drying the toilet. I guess I am lazy [emoticon]

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