Removing Fiberglass Shower Stalls
Removing a fiberglass shower stalls is common while renovating a bathroom. A base fiberglass lightweight installed with clamps or based on the weight of drywall mounting flange to hold the base in place. Insert the end of a turkey baster in the open drain. Pump bulb syringe to remove water from the shower trap. Place the water in a plastic bucket. Place a rag in the drain authorized to keep sewer gases from entering your home and to keep debris from falling into the open drain.
Score the area where the soil meets the side of the fiberglass shower stalls tray with a knife. Drill around the rubber mounting flange connecting the shower tray to the drainage pipe with a 1/16 inch drill bit secured in the chuck of a drill motor 3/8. Do not drill deeper than 1 inch in the mounting flange rubber to avoid damaging the subsurface.
Cut around the mounting flange pierced with a knife to remove the top of the flange. Remove the drilling debris from the fiberglass shower stalls with a wet / dry. Throw the rag shower drain. Remove the clamps in the celebration of the shower tray to the posts with a Phillips screwdriver, if necessary.