On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 12:09:56PM +0000, Conor Daly mentioned:
> For my shower, the little fancy bits at the edges mean that the (admittedly
> single side) doorframe resides about 2cm above the lip if the tray itself.
> I solved it with the judicious application of large quantities of silicone
> sealer followed by a few of the shower tiles across the outside to disguise
> the 'orrible look of the sealer. YMMV for a corner setup (perhaps put some
> sort of (small) block under the actual corner of the frame and fill in the
> rest with silicone.
Problem being, that if you put too much on, it'll take ages to dry. And,
if it's not 100% dry, the water can mix with the silicone, and stop it
ever drying. Nasty messy stuff.
But, the frames themselves can take a lot of messing. Most are
telescopic, to some degree. And, pushing the top bars out further than the
bottom can compensate for a lot of dip.
Is this OT yet ?
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