Shower stall poser ups?
I refer you to my first and second, ever, log posts. Clearly somebody hasn't read my whole log. Geesh! What? You don't have the time. Guh. Printed media can be a bit funny, so I'm just going to clarify that I'm being cheeky and sarcastic. Don't hate on.
Ok so here's the deal. Bathtub. Check. Square frame that goes along the top edge of the tub, to either wall, up said walls, and then a cross bar along the top. Check. With in this structure are two tracks for two sliding doors. Check. When the doors are on opposite sides of the frame, one assumes that the water is not leaving the stall. Check. When the doors are on the same side of the frame, one can enter the stall. Check. But this positioning also exposes part of the top cross bar so that one may grab it and attempt a pull-up. When I am doing subs, I call them poser-ups. The top cross bar is by no means ideal as it is square shaped, and rather awkward to grab, especially for someone who is 5'2" with unporportionally small hands. But c'est la vis.