Vertical Shower Seals | Sold in Pairs | Used on Screens or Doors | 15 or 25mm Back Fins | Fits 4-6mm Glass | 2 Metres Long | FIN001 (15mm Fins (Clear))

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Vertical Shower Seals | Sold in Pairs | Used on Screens or Doors | 15 or 25mm Back Fins | Fits 4-6mm Glass | 2 Metres Long | FIN001 (15mm Fins (Clear))

Vertical Shower Seals | Sold in Pairs | Used on Screens or Doors | 15 or 25mm Back Fins | Fits 4-6mm Glass | 2 Metres Long | FIN001 (15mm Fins (Clear))

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Most glass showers are custom built to fit the available space, so seal strips are sold in individual lengths which can be cut to accommodate your shower. If you have a standard “off the shelf” shower then you may be able to get a full replacement seal kit which will already be cut to size. Do the same for the remaining seal strips which you’d like to replace and your shower will be as good as new again. Shower seals serve a practical purpose while also providing a neat finish to a shower enclosure. Shower seals are designed to fit between two glass panels or glass and another material, for both static fixtures and moving doors.

When fitting a seal to a glass door you should start at one end and push the seal up onto the glass. It’s not advisable to slide the seal along the glass as this could cause some damage. Most shower doors have two different types of seals on them, one called a lip or bumper seal, which is installed on the vertical edges and seals against the other glass panels or walls of the shower, and a second drip seal which is installed along the bottom edge of the door and directs the water running down the door onto the shower floor and seals between the door and the floor of the shower.

Don't forget our cut to length service if you would like us to shorten a seal to a particular length (to the nearest mm). Some of our seals are also available with different "depths" meaning you can choose how much of a lip/fin you require on the seal to best suit your needs. Use a damp, soapy cloth to wipe down the edges of the glass where the seal was and remove any mineral deposits and mildew from the glass.

Once your seal is in place, you should have a section of overlap which needs to be trimmed. Use your craft knife to trim the overlapping piece so that the edges are flush. The practical purpose of a shower seal is to prevent water from escaping or getting in between the glass panels, but it also provides a cushion between the panels to prevent grinding and damage. You’ll probably need to replace your shower door seals every few years to prevent puddles of water forming on your bathroom floor. The seal plastic slowly becomes discoloured and brittle and doesn’t seal as well as it used to. You may even just want to replace your seals because they’re looking old or are covered in mildew, which can be difficult to clean off. This is quite a cheap and easy problem to fix and shouldn’t take you more than half an hour if you’ve got the right replacement seal strips. Most shower seals can be cut to a desired length, so you do not need to measure the width of your shower screen. For the best fit, it is recommended that you install the new shower seal then carefully cut the seal so that is the exact length of the shower screen. All types of shower doors require seals, including sliding and pivoting doors. They are available in a variety of materials including translucent PVC, magnetic strips and vinyl.Shower seals vary in how they look and how they’re applied. The seal needs to be slightly bigger than the gap between the door and the shower tray. A vinyl shower door seal is primarily designed for inside aluminium shower frames that have a single glass door entry which is positioned between two walls. Over time, a shower screen seal may become broken and saturated with damp. When your shower seal is looking worse for wear, you can simply remove your old one and install a brand new one. To start with, you need to remove the old seals from the door. Once they have become brittle, they’re usually quite easy to remove, unless there are mineral deposits holding them in place. Just grab onto the seal and pull it outwards off of the glass door. This obviously depends on the type of seals installed but they aren’t usually glued held in place with fasteners. GlassParts supply a wide range of shower screen seals, including snap-on shower door seals and magnetic seals.

Any shower screen seal, or other products that you buy online from us are covered by a buyer's warranty from Google Certified Shops and you can see our customer rating in the bottom left of the screen.

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