See the attached pictures. I'm short on ideas how to cover or replace this piece. I can't afford a full tub replacement right now so that is out of the question. Thanks

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Looks like someone slapped wood on it (with tape???) and the inevitable happened.

What I would do is pry the wood off and install a piece of PVC trim or planking (gluing would be the best option here but be sure to get one that supports vinyl), then use a siliconized latex caulk to seal it up.

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  • Thank you, I think this is the direction I will go with this. Just needed a visualization of the parts required. – Jake Jan 10 '19 at 17:04

Your wet wall should have extended a few inches past the face of your tub. My recommendation is to do just that.

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