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Old 01-19-2017, 07:02 AM   #1
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Is bigfoot the only fg trailer with a dry bath? Love the escape 5.0ta, but dry bath has becomea deal breaker for my DW.
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Old 01-19-2017, 07:34 AM   #2
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Yes, just Bigfoot. Have you ever owned a trailer with a wet bath? It's really no big deal and saves a ton of room. I'd rather have a bigger bed, more closet space, etc. than a small room that just gets a few minutes of use a day... or every two days, etc. YMMV.
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Yes, Bigfoot is the only one, and only on the 21' and larger.

I might tell you that a wet bath is really no more trouble than a dry bath, but I know from experience that the opinions of strange men will not be likely to sway your wife…
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Thanks for the replies, we currently have a lance 845 with a wet bath. The bath in the escape is a lot bigger and better setup so time and money may settle it. how do you dry out yours after use?
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Thanks for the replies, we currently have a lance 845 with a wet bath. The bath in the escape is a lot bigger and better setup so time and money may settle it. how do you dry out yours after use?

Cover the toilet with a garbage bag while showering then wipe the walls down with a hand held squeegee.


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We use a synthetic "thirsty" automobile drying towel, wring it out, and place it back into the original container or zip lock bag, as they are to be kept moist.
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