Hi, I am rather new at all this and operating without a budget really, but....
I have a old glass sliding shower screen across a long shower space with shower heads at either end.
The space has walls on three sides and the fourth side is a fixed glass panel and sliding door in a frame. The shower screen no longer slides very well. I have taken the door off and there are little wheels that sit in a groove in a frame along the top of the fixed panel. The wheels are a little loose and wobble. I am wondering if replacing the wheels might help the door to slide.
Is it possible to find these sorts of wheels? I am guessing the door is way older than what would be available in shops at the moment.
Would appreciate any suggestions!
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Is there any way of showing some pics so we can see? - I use to work for several Glass companies and every shower screen that came in for repair was not what we stocked - so be very careful ...