How We Make Our Handicap Showers 1. Selection of shower mold, one-piece or multi-piece. 2. Shower mold is cleaned and waxed. 3. First layer, a gelcoat finish is sprayed evenly. 4. Next, a barrier coat is applied. This strengthens the gelcoat and provides a shine and smoothness to the finish. 5. Gelgoat and barrier coats are measured for accurate thickness. 6. Fiberglass with polyester resin is sprayed over the surface. 7. Fiberglass skin is hand rolled and bonds perfectly to the barrier coat. 8. Plywood panels are placed evenly to strengthen shower walls. 9. Second layer of fiberglass is rolled over the wood creating a solid core. 10. Air is injected to separate shower from the mold. 11. Wall flanges are trimmed off to spec. 12. Polishing and buffing is completed for extra care and shine. 13. Showers are palletized and securely packaged. 14. Final product is ready for pick up and shipped to you!