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Challenger 35 shower floor covering.

I just purchased a 1974 Challenger 35 (USA). The bathroom floor covering was previously removed leaving only the wood floor. The walls are ok.
What materials should I consider using for floor covering under the head and shower floor?
Denny
Sailing Lake Mead in Nevada
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