I removed a set of glass sliding doors from the top of our bathtub. I
replaced them with a shower curtain rod and plastic curtains.
Some sort of caulking material was used to adhere the base of the doors to
the tub. Some of this caulking (?) was left behind after removing the base.
I have not tried to remove it, but it's hard and seems like it will be very
difficult to take off. Was wondering is there some way of softening this
stuff up? Or, a way to remove it without scrapping the tub.
For what it's worth, I installed the curved (crescent) shaped shower curtain
rod instead of the standard straight one. Thought it would be helpful for
my handicapped father. Turns out I like it too. Gives you more room to
shower. The only drawback is hanging towels on it is not as easy as a
straight shower curtain rod. I highly recommend them if anyone is looking
to put in new curtains.