Re: Remove swanstone shower suround
I have removed a couple cultured surrounds, one came out without problem, the second one of the panels broke. Basically, it will be a crap shoot whether you'll be able to salvage it or not IF you pull it from the tub side. If you go at it as Havana suggests, removing everything from the back you'll likely have better success.
The determining factor of whether the surround will come off the wall or not will be the quantity of mastic used to secure it AND the integrity of the wall surface behind it. Removing the pan should be no more difficult than removing any typical pan cultured/molded pan. Disconnect the drain, pull any fasteners around the drip edge at the top of the pan and it should lift out with relative ease.
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