I am getting ready to replace an existing corner shower stall. The original was done with the incorrect adhesive and left bumps in the fiberglass shower stall that you can see. Those ridges are starting to crack. The caulk job was never very good and I have to believe some water got behind the wall. This is all on concrete slab. First question is will I have problems with the drain being in the concrete or are these all pretty standard? Height and from the wall to the center of the stall. Second question if I choose to accept this assignment what will I have to do if I find mold behind the fiberglass. Just clean it and put the new one in or is there something I should clean it with or paint it with? Thanks for your help in advance!
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