FAQ

The Advantages of Shower Enclosure

1. To be divided into separate shower room. Our residential bathrooms and toilets mostly together, install the bath room is a more reasonable choice. This will create a relatively independent of the bath room to avoid each other to facilitate daily life.

2. To save space. Some family bathroom space is small, less than bath safety, and shower room is able to save a lot of space.

3. With the shower room, the use of showers when the water will not spill out the entire bathroom wooden flooring is wet.

4. In winter, use the shower room can also play a holding role. Water vapor together in a small space, heat dissipation Buzhi Yu quickly, people feel very warm. If a larger bathroom, and no shower, even if there is heating, also tend to feel cold.

5. Shower room shape rich, colorful and, in addition to the functions with the bath itself is a beautiful decorations.

Shower Enclosure Installation Instructions

A shower enclosure consists of sliding glass or vinyl glass panes — either clear or cloudy — and a frame. The frame is aluminum and frames the area where your shower curtain now hangs. The benefit to using a sliding door enclosure for your bathtub and shower is it limits the water spillage onto the floor. The choice of shower enclosure is up to you, manufacturers offer simple to designer styles.

1. Clean the walls and top edge of the tub where the enclosure will be placed. Let dry. Open the shower enclosure kit, lay the parts out in the order of installation. Place the sliding doors out of the way in a safe place.

2. Secure the two wall jambs in place with masking tap aligning them to the center of the bathtub. Measure the distance along the top edge of the tub between the jambs. Measure and cut the bottom runner to fit between the two jambs. Repeat to measure the top runner, subtract 1/32 inch and cut. Using the metal file smooth the runner cut edges.

3. Lay the bottom runner between the side jambs along the center edge of the tub. Using the dry erase marker, draw a line along the outer edges of the runner. Mark the screw holes to the side jambs with the marker. Remove all pieces.

4. Drill the holes in the tile, for the side pieces, the size of the wall mounts. Insert the wall mounts so they are flush with the tile. Install the bottom runner track guides into the bottom runner.

5. Place a fine line of caulking along both bottom edges of the bottom runner, put into place using the lines you drew on the tub. Center and leave room for the side pieces. Wipe of the excess caulk using your wet finger, smoothing the caulk along the edges.

6. Install the wall jambs, slowly fastening the screws into the wall mounts. Using a level ensure they are straight, nudge a bit until they are. Tighten the screws so the jambs are flush against the wall. Place the top runner over the wall pieces. From inside the tub drill one hole in each end through the wall jambs. Screw into place.

7. Attach the door rollers on the top of the doors, securing each runner near the side edges of the doors. The rollers are placed on the same side as the towel racks used for handles. Install the towel racks. Hang the doors on the top runner.

How to divide the left and right

If you wish to order a swing door with a left hand wall fixture, or an asymmetric shower enclosure with an outer tray dimension of 800 x 1200, it is important to keep the bigger picture in mind. This is why DABBL normally measures a shower from a viewpoint outside the enclosure. This gives a left-to-right design, as shown in the diagram.

How to Repair a Shower Enclosure?

Even with the best of jobs, shower enclosures sometimes need to be repaired. Often, the caulk that is used to keep water from seeping into joints and tiles becomes old and loose. When this happens, water can get into those areas and cause mold to form. In addition, erosion can also become a problem, resulting in more costly repairs down the road. Save yourself some money by learning to repair your shower enclosure.

1. Make sure that the shower is dry before you begin working. Use the knife or putty knife to remove the old caulk that you will be replacing. You should be able to scrape the caulk out of the crevices of the shower enclosure rather easily, especially if the caulk is beginning to lift or fall out.

2. Take care not to scratch the shower pan or the shower while removing the caulk. If you happen to scratch the tub, try using a product like Soft scrub to remove the marks. They should come off easily, provided they are just surface scratches. You may also want to try a bit of alcohol on a cotton ball to remove surface scratches.

3. Use a heat gun to get the caulk off, if you cannot remove it with the knife or the putty knife. The heat gun will loosen the caulk, and make it easier to remove. In order to protect your hands and the shower enclosure, make sure that the gun is set at a temperature below 300 degrees.

4. Clean the area after you have removed the caulk, using a sponge and water. Do not use soap. If there is any mildew or mold around the area, remove that as well. This can also be accomplished by using just a sponge and water. However, if there’s a lot of mold or mildew, you may have to use a mildew remover. Make sure the area is dry before you begin caulking.

5. Apply just a small amount of caulk to your starting area. It should be no bigger than ? inch. Moisten your finger with a bit of water (not too much), and glide your finger along the bead of caulk, smoothing it over the joint, and applying pressure at the same time.