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Terry Fleming, Scottsdale, Arizona
Bathroom Shelving for a Wet Bath
1999 Ford F-250
2018 Adventurer 80RB
I wanted to install shelving in the wet bath of my Adventurer 80RB taking advantage of wasted bathroom storage space. This turned out to be an easy project. I built a few shelves and then put a nice face on them.
The project required one 4×8 sheet of 1/2-inch in plywood and two 1×2-inch sticks for the supports. I assembled the shelving using screws.
The shelf is designed to be completely removable to access the plumbing underneath. The completed shelf is around 32-inches by 33-inches. It’s 9-inches deep with storage space on top.
Now I have lots of new easily accessible space.
The materials I used were one 4×8 sheet of 1/2-inch plywood, two rolls of U-channel edging, two 1×2-inch strips of wood, and a handful of wood screws.
It took me eight hours to complete this modification and cost me $150. In my opinion, the skill level of this modification is easy peasy.
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