07:47AM | 11/25/03
Member Since: 11/24/03
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I'm looking for a replacement seal for my shower enclosure and I cannot find the seal anywhere.

My shower has a framed glass enclosure. Between the glass and the frame is a vinyl seal that is clear and looks like clear silicone. The seal has turned a dark red possibly due to chemicals in cleaners or shampoos and needs to be replaced. The seal is easily removed for cleaning.

The seal varies in size. The seal that runs along the top and the bottom of the frame is larger than the seal on the sides.

The shower was custom made by the home builder and there are no labels or markings to identify the source of the shower materials. I've checked with home depot and other hardware stores and nobdy carries it. I've also checked with local shower door companies and have had not luck. The seal is about a half inch thick at its widest point and as mentioned above is desigend to be wedged between the glass and the frame.

Does anyone know who makes this stuff or where I can get it?




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