How do you remove shower doors and sliders under them?

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I would like to remove my shower doors and sliders and place a shower curtain instead.

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  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on Oct 07, 2018

    You should be able to lift up doors out of track. You'll find screws,in track to remove .

  • Cindy Cindy on Oct 08, 2018

    Hi Marsha. I'm Cindy. The rails have screws in them to hold the doors in place. Remove the top rail first. Then you will be able to lift doors off the track. Then remove the rest of the frame. Hope this helps you.

  • Kay Jones Kay Jones on Oct 08, 2018

    Just be sure to fill the holes with caulking or something to seal them.

  • Dee Dee on Oct 11, 2018
    1. Remove Shower Doors From the Track. Mine lifted up and out from a top track. ...
    2. Remove Screws From the Shower Door Frame. ...
    3. Carefully Cut Any Caulked Joints. ...
    4. Pop Off the Top Track. ...
    5. Remove the Side Frames. ...
    6. Remove Bottom Rail from the Tub. ...
    7. Scrape Up Excess Caulk. ...
    8. Use Caulk Remover on Stubborn Spots.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgctA7QAQqQ

  • Pat Pat on Oct 11, 2018

    I did the same thing Dee is suggesting. I used Goo-Gone on the residue left after scraping the caulk off. For the screw holes in the wall on the sides you can use caulking or you can buy the little flat plastic sorta-like sunbursts(?) with a screw in the middle to cover it. Like the ones used on a bathroom mirror. With caulking, I did not have to use them but in some instances might look nice.

  • Marsha Marsha on Oct 30, 2018

    Thank you to everyone. It is a rather old tub and shower and I am trying to improve it without having to call for help. Thank you again.

  • Marty Marty on Oct 30, 2018

    Pick the doors upward and pull out the bottoms the bottom track is usually caulked in the sides are screwed to the wall.

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