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VioletVenom
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reply to Mizzat

Re: Using tile to add a shelf

Or take AsherN's idea, left and right vertical supports made out of lexan. Cut the length of your tile shelf for an exact fit. I would be apprehensive using glass in a shower enclosure, due to breakage hazard.


cdru
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said by VioletVenom:

I would be apprehensive using glass in a shower enclosure, due to breakage hazard.

Because large sheets of glass are never found near shows/tubs, like say the doors...

That being said, I probably would use acrylic or polycarbonate. Both are probably going to be easier to come by in a usable thickness and the edges can be finished easily.


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said by cdru:

said by VioletVenom:

I would be apprehensive using glass in a shower enclosure, due to breakage hazard.

Because large sheets of glass are never found near shows/tubs, like say the doors...

True but even those can shatter unexpectedly. »abcnews.go.com/US/glass-shower-d···17407544


VioletVenom
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reply to cdru
Tempered, as mentioned, and wouldn't see the same "traffic" as a shelf would. If someone wants to create a potential hazard in their house, more power to them. Doesn't affect me in the least. Just pointing out the obvious, people can use the advice anyway they wish.