Model # SSK-501

Internet #202822280

Goof Proof Shower Standard Shower Kit (7-Pieces)
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Goof Proof Shower

Standard Shower Kit (7-Pieces)

  • Includes liner
  • Constructed of lightweight, non-rotting, high-impact plastic
  • Weep hole protector eliminates blockage
$161.28 /each

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Mark E Industries, Inc. presents Goof Proof Shower with the Standard Shower Kit. With this system, you can construct any size or shape shower base and shower pan with single or multiple shower curb thresholds; left, right or centered drain; wheelchair accessible and ADA compliant; tile ready showers. All kits have the built-in, code-required slope and can be used with any shower base pan liner system currently on the market today. The Standard Shower Kit permits easy construction of shower floors with the proper minimum water drainage slope of 1/4 in. per 12 in. run. These time-saving kits permit construction of standard 36 in. x 60 in. shower areas with a centered drain. Kit includes 1-PPK-201 Pre-Pitch, 2-KP-543 Kirb-Perfect, 1-QPK-101 Quick-Pitch, 1-PWP-106 Positive Weep Hole Protector, 1- SPL/40/6 Pan Liner and installation DVD.

  • Builds a shower floor slope and curb for water drainage that is tiled over
  • Used with any liner system currently on the market
  • All components manufactured with high-impact plastic; lightweight and non-rotting
  • 1/4 in. pitch built into the kits ensures the proper required slope
  • Positive weep hole protector eliminates blockage of the weep holes
  • Contains all necessary kits including vinyl liner to construct a 36 x 60 shower compartment, eliminating the need to gather all components individually
  • Includes liner designed for a 3 ft. x 5 ft. shower compartment

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Is this suitable for a right-hand drain instead of centered drain?

I am putting a walk-in shower where my bathtub used to be. I want to use the drain that is already in place near the end of the shower area. The area is 5' by 3'. Are there enough of the pre-sloped sticks to accomplish this? If not, what do I need to purchase in addition to this kit?
Asked by: Dave
You cut the hole for the drain after installing the liner so this will work for just about any drain location. My shower was 36"X48" and i found that more of the pre-sloped sticks would have been helpful but not absolutely necessary. The sloped sticks do make it much easier to trowel out even if there is only 6 of them.
Answered by: Ken
Date published: 2016-10-25

What product from Home Depot would be recommended for the mortar/ mud?

Asked by: farrelli
I used the Sand Topping Mix. Just be aware (I wasn't) that you will have to mix an acrylic fortifier with half the water for the Pre Pitch layer because that layer is less than an inch.
Answered by: Cindi
Date published: 2016-02-17

will this work for a 36x32 shower?

Asked by: Spiney
My shower is a neo-angle shower that is about 34x38 plus curbs. This kit worked well for that size altho, since it's neo-angle, I did have to get an extra Kirb-Perfect.
Answered by: Cindi
Date published: 2016-02-20

Liner size

Could you pl let me know the size for the liner
Asked by: Pchin
6 ft. x 5 ft.
Answered by: Goof Proof Showers
Date published: 2016-10-29
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Standard Shower Kit (7-Pieces) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I was installing in a 36""X45"" shower. the kit installed easily enough. i did however encounter a ... I was installing in a 36"X45" shower. the kit installed easily enough. i did however encounter a couple of issues that were easily overcome but issues none the less. The curb perfect was to be installed on a single side that was 36" long so the two pieces had to be connected to extend that far and the two pieces would not connect. The tab on one was too big for the slot on the other. Also there was only 6 of the two sets of pitch sticks. It would have made troweling the shower much easier if there were 8 of each. Even in a small shower like mine there was too much distance between the sticks to make troweling easy. Overall it was faster and easier than doing my shower pan without it so i would be happy to buy again, I would just do a few things differently.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product makes building leak proof shower easy. Made building leak proof shower base and curb so easy and simplified the slope to shower drain. The instuctional video takes you step by step from floor to walls installation to ensure a leak proof shower. Highly recommended for the do-it-yourselfer.
Date published: 2011-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An easy way to build a custom shower pan Goof Proof is exactly what the name says; goof proof! This is a great product, easy to use and almost impossible to mess up. The kit comes with easy to understand instructions and the materials are very easy to work with; no fancy tools required. You only get 6 float sticks with each kit. More than likely you will need at least 8. If you are building a corner shower pan you will definitely need two packages of the curb perfect. I have nothing but good things to say about this product. I would most definitely recommend it to anyone building a custom shower pan.
Date published: 2012-08-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product for DIY shower pan installation This product took the worry out of ensuring an even pitch for your shower pan. The product is easy to use and comes with an instructional DVD. If you are building a shower pan from scratch, this product will make things a lot easier. Only MINOR issue is that when you build a shower pan on a concrete slab, the pre-pitch needs two-sided tape to secure angled legs to the floor. It's not provided!
Date published: 2014-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from makes pouring a shower pan easy and quick with a perfect pitch i have poured shower pans before with out this product and never had a problem this just made it easier and quicker just a little expensive for pieces of plastic
Date published: 2012-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent products My first mudded shower ever was made easy! The instructions were easy to understand.
Date published: 2014-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool for do it yourself-ers I bought this shower pan kit to build a shower floor for my mom's new house. I did a little research on youtube for some "how to" tips and along with this kit it was a successful project. I definitely recommend it!
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product, cheaper if you buy pieces separately Tip: I bought this kit along with one extra of each piece in case I "goofed". I didn't have to use the extra supplies but if I had, it would've really put a damper on my bathroom remodel schedule! Pre Pitch Pretty decent product. Worked well at helping me maintain the correct pitch but, if you are screed-challenged like I am, I recommend placing the sticks about a foot apart rather than the recommended 2 to 2 1/2 feet apart (unless you are using a really long screeding tool). Also, the videos and written instructions really should spell out for the casual DIY-er what they mean by "properly prepared subfloor". In my case, I have a plywood subfloor and initially poured my concrete right on it. Turns out I need a layer of roofing felt and a layer of metal lath and THEN the Pre Pitch sticks and the concrete. I didn't learn this til a few hours AFTER I had poured that layer so I had to dig it up... Moral of the story: watch every single video multiple times and read every single FAQ section multiple times. The vids and the FAQs are not very consistent in the info they include so if you miss one vid/question, you may miss a really important nugget. PVC Pan Liner This was the most difficult part of the job (next to the Kirb Perfect part)! There is little to no information on how to do those blasted corners! You can't always just "tuck them between joists" because in a remodel, the corners may not have been originally constructed with convenient little hidey-holes like that! And there is no mention of using those PVC corner pieces for where the curb meets the wall. Even videos I found online really glossed over how to handle corners. I found myself trying to freeze-frame several videos, hoping I could utilize something for my own corners. Kirb Perfect This product needs some significant improvement. It doesn't have nearly enough connection points and the result is ridiculously flimsy. The two vertical pieces are screwed together in only two places and the top piece has three places on either side to attach to the vertical sides. Once you cut the pieces down to the size you need, you aren't left with much to hold it together! I ended up using pieces of hay string (which, when frayed, have strong fibers that are like strong thread) to tie everything together so I could place them with more confidence. The video says that if the curbs seem to wobble, don't worry about it. Um. YES, I would worry about it. It's pretty important to have the sides vertical and the top horizontal and it's really hard to maintain that on one piece if it wobbles out of place again while working on another piece of curb! Quick Pitch Like Pre Pitch, this is a pretty decent product. Worked well at helping me maintain the correct pitch but, if you are screed-challenged like I am, I recommend placing the sticks about a foot apart rather than the recommended 2 to 2 1/2 feet apart. Not enough info on the Positive Weep Hole Protector placement. I was using a drain with the threaded side UP and there wasn't any example that I found regarding how to place it. I assumed that it's no different than if you place the threaded side down - fingers crossed. DVD The DVD includes the same videos that you can see on the Mark E Industries website so if you want to save a few bucks, just buy the individual pieces instead of the Kit. I found the information in the videos to be rather haphazard and kind of incomplete and confusing. For example, one or more videos shows painting on a pink waterproofing layer, another shows draping plastic on the walls from floor to ceiling. But when I called to ask about those items, I was told that they aren't necessary. I have a plywood subfloor and, about 3 hours after pouring my Pre Pitch concrete, I happened to read in the FAQs that I need roofing felt and metal lath over the plywood before pouring the concrete. I never heard of these things before. When I took a closer look at the video of the subfloor, I could see that the floor was covered with something but, having never heard/seen them before, I couldn't identify what that stuff was. I figured it was again one of those "you-don't-have-to-do-that" things. Wrong. So there I was, at 11PM, digging up my concrete base and ordering this roofing felt (about a mile of it for my 9SF shower!) and metal lath online.
Date published: 2016-02-16
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