Please take a look at the following picture that shows the side and
the top of a knee wall in my shower. The frameless glass will go on
top and the door will be on the right, closing at the edge that is
It seems that the top piece sticks out too much. It needs to be flush
with the bottom piece. What's the best way to fix this? And, if I can
do it myself, what tools would I need?
Many thanks in advance,
You could grind it down and polish it but I doubt you would want to do this.
Granite guys could do this in a flash. Or you could shim the bottom, which
you probably could do. Not sure what material you would use as a shim
though. Maybe some kind of black plastic matching as close as you could get
to the granite.
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Use a small wet circular saw with a diamond blade to cut a number of
closely spaced vertical grooves, then slide the saw horizontally,
slowly, to smooth out the bottom of the cut. Piece of cake.
I like the little Makita for such jobs - light and easy to control -
and without the water supply and a carbide blade it is a super handy
little trim saw. Great for when you're up on a ladder, or just need a
quick fairly precise cut.
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