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Unread 03-05-2022, 09:05 AM   #61
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Unread 03-05-2022, 12:57 PM   #62
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Could provide the brand and model of that shower door? I could only find something close but not exact on wayfair.

Did you have to drill through the curb?
Kent, HERE is a link to the door. I believe they have a couple of different width ranges.

I have not mounted the lower glass guide to the curb yet. My curb is 3/4" solid surface so I can easily drill into it like a half-inch, and use a plastic insert and screw. If I had tile on top of the curb, I would drill a depression into the tile, short of penetrating the tile, and epoxy the glass guide to the curb.

But, the part is made to drill a hole in the curb to mount, it comes with a screw to mount it.
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Unread 04-14-2022, 08:40 PM   #63
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Finally got around to posting the 100% done bathroom. Before and after.
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So, which is which, John?
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Unread 04-14-2022, 09:16 PM   #65
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So, which is which, John?
Touché, CX

I never revealed my original plan in this thread, which was to chip off the very off-white, 4x4 tiles and renew with white subways over the mud walls, keeping the original fiberglass receptor - along with re-doing the faux finish walls in a more modern texture and color, new fixtures, etc. I was countered with "pop" (see post #1).....And here we are! Humor much appreciated; this is one of my favorite places on the interweb. Thanks for that comment, restored a tiny bit of my sanity.
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Looks great, John, managed to pull off the "transitional" look.

Mrs. John has good taste!
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this looks fantastic, John! a really nice updated look.
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Thanks. Dan & John. I appreciate the kind words.
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The finished bathroom looks great!
I am in the process of remodeling my bathroom... and only hope my tile work turns out as nice as yours.
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