Could really do with some advice here. We have a Bailey Senator Indiana, about which it's often been said. . . . . . . . . . But hey, we have to go caravanning in something.
Anyway, there has always been a slight, possibly not all the way through crack in the base of the shower tray, about which I haven't lost overly much sleep, but on drying out the tray on our last trip, I noticed what appeared to be a new, non connected crack, roughly two or there cms long, in the upright angle of the bottom of the tray. Bearing in mind that the whole of the shower tray, shower cubicle, and toilet base is moulded from one pice of plastic, there is no realistic, or economic means, whereby the tray could be removed for repair, or indeed replaced. So what suggestions are there for a watertight, and unobtrusive repair. Silicone sealant? Single or dual component adhesive? Super strong white waterproof tape of some type? Ask Bailey technical for advice ! ! ! ? Won't hold my breath on that one. Cut through the floor from beneath the tray and attack the problem from below - only joking with this one ! ! ? Or sell the whole thing and buy a decent 'van ! ! ! ! ?