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Shower Door Bumpers Installation

Shower Door Bumpers – How to install shower doors. Frameless shower doors are made of thick, elegant glass that can make a bathroom look bigger and more elegant. They are easy to clean and waterproof when installed correctly. Correct measurement and handling of Shower Door Bumpers are important steps to a proper installation.

Shower Door Bumpers Addition

Shower Door Bumpers Addition

Instructions

Measure the opening after placement is complete. Take measurements at the base, at an altitude of up to 5 meters, and at halfway. Write accurate measurements to within 1/16 of an inch. Check for a long level. If the casing is not loose, determine where the panel must be wider or narrower.

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Draw a top view of the shower from above. Fill in the measurements. Take drawings and measurements with you when ordering the door. Place the iron in the center of the door hinge cut-out. Gently tighten the rear screws. Attach the handles. Put the door in place. Shim the door so it’s 3/8 inch clearance on the bottom of the sweep. Mark positions for holes.

Use a 1/4 inch masonry piece to drill holes. Use high quality wall anchors or drill in a stud. Insert the screws through the hinge into the wall with a drill. Begin with the outside top and outside the lower holes. Attach vinyl sopa to the bottom of the Shower Door Bumpers.

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