"Shower-door water-deflector eroded, came off"
What's it made of? Not obvious to me:
(Shower door, etc, was installed in perhaps 1940, maybe a few years
. Aluminum? Doesn't have that "aluminum feel", seems not lightweight
enough for that.
. Some other alloy?
Anyway, it seems to be made of *some*
(Poteltial clue?: Although it shows no aluminum-like wee surface-pits,
2 of its 4 screw-holes (all are near the top edge) have been eaten
away, in a V-shape gap, out to edge of the piece. (The wide part of
the V being at the edge, narrow part being the wee-hole itself),
QUESTION: What to do to reattach this thing to the bottom of the
Drill new holes both through the deflector-piece and into the door
(Inner question: what kind of metal-screws will grip the
Quick and easy, via some kind of waterproof glue (epoxy, perhaps?)