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Old 12-12-2016, 09:16 PM   #1
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Identify this tile/glass brick?


Hello friends,

I hope everyone is well. As you know, I recently purchased a home, and am trying to learn about some DIY upgrades and repairs.

I am new to this, but luckily have some friends and relatives to help when possible.

The house I moved into is not new, the previous owners left behind some bathroom materials, which I am trying to identify.

As you know, I am trying to upgrade my shower stall with a door, and am thinking that the materials left behind could be part of the shower stall setup.







Does anyone know what these are?

I really appreciate your help!

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Old 12-12-2016, 09:41 PM   #2
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Two of them are glass bricks, used in brick structures to let light through.

The other looks like a glass corner decorative piece, really need to see the back of it to see if it is translucent or solid to say if it passes light or not.

All can be used in a shower , but have no Idea what your shower consists of.

No picture or description.

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Hello ED,

Thank you for your reply, here, and on my other post.

Here are pictures of my shower stall, can I use these bricks instead of a glass door? maybe for the side portion?







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Old 12-13-2016, 10:29 AM   #4
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Yes you could use those bricks on a side portion.

IOf course you will need many more of them, and the cost might shock you.

That is what the original owners might have planned, and stopped due to cost.

It will look great that way.

You might even add a few rows on the longer side to narrow the doorway, so the glass door is not so wide.

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