teak mats in the shower?
When looking around for shower kits to compare prices with local quotes, I found a Vigo shower the odd size I need. What interested me most, though, was that in one of their photos they show using a teak mat over the acrylic floor.
If we wind up going with a custom built base and tile, it's moot, of course, but I did wonder if we do use an acrylic shower base if the teak is a good idea or a bad one.
It looks very nice in the photo and seems like it might preserve the finish on the acrylic somewhat, and I've seen a few references in online reviews to their making an acrylic base feel sturdier while you're using it.
Or would this just be asking for disgusting mold problems under there? Anyone tried this?