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Hello, W/D here.
You can file and sand the burrs smooth and eliminate the hazard somewhat or you can probably buy a replacement threshold from a local shower builder (really, they're out there). Look in the book for custom shower/bath builders, and they'll have parts. The hardware stores rarely have shower thresholds, but you could look; you may get lucky. Usually, they would rather sell you a kit. We had a replacement shower door built with side panels, and it was pretty easy. If you want a replacement door frame, you can call it that, and they'll know what you mean. If you ask, they'll probably come out and take a look for free, and estimate the cost for them to do it. When we were going to replace our shower door and panels, the cost of them doing it vs. me getting the proper parts and doing it myself were so close that we just let them do it. Sometimes it just works out that way. They measured, built and installed it in several days. Your "repairs" will take much less time.
Best regards, --W/D--
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
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