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, without detracting from the look
This Clear Shower Door Bottom Sweep with Drip Rail for Frameless Shower Door offers a sleek design, with a drip rail to deflect water away from the door, along with soft sweep that provide a tight seal under the shower door, for maximum leak prevention. This sweep snaps onto the bottom of the door and offers a clean
We are renovating a shower and would appreciate your help in identifying (and replacing) the sweep (19-3/8″), drip rail (21-3/8″), and cap rail (20″) pictured on the attachment. The shower door is probably over 20 years old.
Grasp the shower door drip rail at one end and pull it free. Place the rail on the floor and place the new drip rail beside it. If the new drip rail is too long, make a mark on it with a felt-tipped pen at the point beside the end of the drip rail you have just removed. Cut the new drip rail with a pair of scissors at this point.
With an adjustable height to accommodate your favorite wreath, our handcrafted metal display stand rises to the challenge of creating a pretty presentation. Not content to just hang on your door, seasonal wreaths can be swapped out for year-round decor.