Re: Removing a Sliding Shower Door
I'd be inclined to only remove the doors and leave the tracks. It won't be but a couple years before:
1 - The child is old enough to bathe/shower on his own
2 - You'll be selling the home, shower doors are much better than curtains.
The doors can be easily stowed in the rafters of the garage.
If you absolutely must remove the track, it's a simple process. Remove the screws securing the head track and remove track. Remove screws holding side tracks, cut caulk, remove track. Cut caulk holding bottom track to tub, remove track.
You'll need to sc**** the remnants of caulk off with a single edged razor. There will likely be plastic wall anchors in the tile, remove them or clip the head off and push them into the wall. The remaining hole can be filled with caulk or the caps that Gizmo suggested.
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