RV Shower Pan Crack – Temporary Patch with Gflex 650 Epoxy

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The other day, I discovered a thin crack in the shower pan of our 2011 Keystone Cougar fifth-wheel trailer. As a temporary measure, I applied a good helping of G/Flex 650 Epoxy around it to stop any leak and keep the crack from spreading further. I used it to repair cracked waste holding tanks over four years ago, and it’s been a success. So, it should do the job for my shower crack until I can acquire a replacement pan.

This is a quick update on how I dealt with our cracked RV shower pan and a look at some stick-on bars for the corner shelf. A viewer was kind enough to build a teak shower grid similar to what we use on our boat. Cool!

Temp Patching Crack in RV Shower Pan

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