What can you do to a plastic shower stall to make it look better?

by Jill
  6 answers
  • Sunny C Sunny C on Jul 26, 2017

    Jello Jill; Are you looking to update your bathroom, or do something specific to your shower? Please give me more details and I will be most Happy to try and help you!!!

    • Jill Jill on Jul 26, 2017

      Bought a camp and it has this 3 sided plastic shower in it. I had to repaint the whole place. I just want to update the look of this shower cause its kinda a yellow color, has stains that doesn't come off. Looks not very inviting. I thought about putting some sort of tile on it, but i never did that before. Thought about paint but wasn't sure how that would work on something that gets wet. So that's my dilemm.

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Jul 26, 2017

    Buy a new shower curtain liner ($1 at Dollar Tree). Buy an attractive shower curtain ($30 or less at Family Dollar and sometimes Walmart). If you don't already have one, buy a plastic shower curtain bar cover and maybe new curtain rings, or wash or paint what you have. Get a big over-the-shower-faucet caddy for soap, shampoo, back scrubber, etc. If your shower is plastic, it's probably not large, but if you have room, you can get glue-on soap dishes, safety bars, accent tiles, and sticky strips for the floor. The best thing is to always keep it clean, including the drain, door, curtain, etc. and find a place for a damp clothes basket and put damp towels there instead of in a steamy bathroom. Best wishes 😇

  • Amanda Amanda on Jul 26, 2017

    You can paint it with special epoxy paint. Check this out. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/paint-old-prefab-shower-stall-walls-85250.html

  • Amanda Amanda on Jul 26, 2017

    You can use a special epoxy paint. Here is a good website with more information.


  • Brenda Brandt Deason Brenda Brandt Deason on Jul 26, 2017

    Keeping it clean is hard, but it's the best way to simply make it look better. Once you have it super clean, use a good car wax on the sides (too slippery for the bottom) to help keep it that way. You could wax the bottom if you have something to make it non-slip, like a mat.

  • Sunny C Sunny C on Jul 27, 2017

    Hello Jill; I looked into this, further. I read so many things on Google. I found many pages of interesting ideas. Please type in: "Can you paint a plastic shower stall"

    I got so many hits, and ideas!!!

    If I were doing this, I would also go to Ace Hardware and Home Depot. I know that they will have the paints that you need for this!!

    I hope that your shower and home turns out Beautifully!!

    Take Care!