Vitralum Glass Solutions how to avoid water leakage from frameless glass shower doors enclosures
Replacement Drip Rail with Vinyl Sweep For Framed Shower Doors. Easily attaches to the bottom of framed shower doors, using pre-applied mounting tape. The Replacement Drip Rail and one inch Vinyl Sweep offer an excellent solution to help deflect water back into the shower enclosure
A fully functioning shower drip rail is a vital part of any bathroom. Not only does it protect your flooring from water, it protects you and your family from nasty falls caused by wet bathroom tiles
Inspect the bottom of the shower door to determine the plastic seal attachment method. Seals typically slide into a channel at the bottom of the door or they are placed between the base of the door and the metal drip rail.
The drip caps that I installed on shower doors were screwed on with 4 s/s screws in slotted holes to allow for adjustment. This is the only sure way but be careful to keep the screws away from the glass. If you must attach it without screws, clean both surfaces perfectly so that they are free of dirt and soap
It looks like a drip rail, it is aluminum in construction and makes contact with the rail attached to the shower pan when the door is closed (there is no rubber sweep … This piece is pretty heavy for D\S tape, can I just drill thorugh and attach the whole assembly to the bottom of the door with longer screws?