Sliding frameless shower doors – are a type of shower door that does not slip. Instead, these frameless doors turn up and close, just like any other door in your home. These shower doors are often made of glass and are generally equipped with hinges and stainless steel handles. Meanwhile, these doors can be matted from soap scum and maybe even crack will open by mistake or close them too hard. You can replace a frameless shower door with just a few tools.
Follow the instructions below to replacing your sliding frameless shower door. First about remove old frameless shower doors. The first step is close the old door to have free access to the hinges. Then put shims on the old door to support it as you remove the hinges. Loosen the screws in the hinges, holding the old frame-free shower door in place using a screwdriver. And then pull the old shower door into the glass or tile wall. Dispose of the old frame-free shower door in your pick-up garbage or take it to the nearest recycling station. Now your old shower door was removed. You were undone this project. Finish the task with installing new shower door.
Second step is hanging new sliding frameless shower door. First, place shims along the bottom of the opening where the new frame-free shower door hangs. Shims should allow between 3/8 to 1/4 inch of play between the bottom of the door and the bottom of the opening. Then set new frame-free shower door in the opening on top of the shims. Direct the pre-drilled holes in the side of the new frame-free shower door with the hinges. Attach a new door to the hinges with a screwdriver. The last pull the shims out underneath the new frameless door and turn the door open and close to make sure there is enough space in the bottom. That all simple step to replace your own slide frameless shower. For your information, when do this project. Replacement frameless shower doors can be purchased from the manufacturer or a local home improvement shop. This is not hard project, do the best for your own.