Hi, Shiny new P shaped acrylic shower bath has arrived but rather lacking in fittings or instructions.
Bath has adjustable feet but I'd like to secure it to the wall, but how is this done? Walls to 3 sides so very limited access to the back side.
The bath had a few bits of wood glued under the lip around all sides but in a very haphazard manner and sizes. Some bits of wood fell off when I removed the cardboard packaging, so it doesn't seem suitable for support. I don't think it's the frame referred to in your acrylic bath article, just seems to be something to staple the cardboard to.
Should I replace the wood packing with a more solid beam to help support the back edge, with verticals? Or are there clips I could use to attach it. ( may be a hook system that at least holds the bath against the back wall even if it doesn't secure it vertically? like a radiator hanger ) ). Or both?