Your shower does not need to have a curtain, even if it is a combination shower and bathtub. Installing a glass door permits light to enter the shower area. This project modernizes the area, provides easy access to the bath or shower area, and is not difficult to do with a helper. If you are interested in overhauling the bathroom, consider installing a swinging glass door on the shower or tub.
You will need:
Step 1: Drill holes in the shower or bath walls for your shower door side rails. Pick up the threshold piece and run a silicone bead on the underside of it. Install it in the proper spot and temporarily secure it with tape.
Step 2: Use the hammer to tap one plastic anchor into each hole drilled in the tile during Step 1.
Step 3: Slide the side rails into the threshold and screw stainless steel screws into the wall anchors using the screwdriver.
Step 4: Insert the rubber spacers included with the door by placing them in the left side threshold channel. This will secure the stationary door panel.
Step 5: Carefully slide the stationary glass panel into the left side rail. Attach the top and center rails to the panel.
Step 6: Snap the included fillers into the top rail and threshold where the swing door will be placed.
Step 7: Use wood shims to press the glazing strip into the door channel on each side of the glass panel that is stationary.
Step 8: Attach the hinge of the glass swing door to the threshold and the bottom rail of the doorframe. Carefully snap the door into place.