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Model 422031

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Cerise 39 in. x 78 in. Frameless Shower Enclosure in Chrome with Clear Glass and Base in White

$514.00 /each
  • Neo-angle round shape
  • Contemporary frameless design
  • Direct to stud installation

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With a neo-angle round shape and contemporary frameless design, this Cerise 39 in. x 78 in. Frameless Shower Enclosure in Chrome with Clear Glass and Base in White is a stylish option for your corner shower. The shower stall features a 6 in. deep base with a drain and drain cover. Polished-chrome accents finish the clean design of this shower stall.

  • 1/4 in. tempered glass for safety
  • Contemporary frameless design complements a variety of bathroom styles
  • Drain and drain cover are included for your convenience
  • Directly mounts to studs for easy installation
  • Shower wall not included

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Water continues to leak under the track. I've cleaned and re-siliconed twice now. Is there a different silicone/ perhaps adhesive you recommend.?

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March 16, 2013
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April 11, 2016
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I drilled about 5 holes about 1/8 to 3/16 around the base so the water can exit. Works great! No more leaks. All the silicone in the world won't help that problem if the water has no exit points.
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October 3, 2015
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I had the same problem and it took me some time to figure it out. You need to look closely at the point where the stationary panel sits inside the base track. There is a thin line there where the parts meet, both chrome and it must be caulked. It took me a while to figure this out but we had terrible leaking and discovered it was when the water sprayed on that panel, it then runs down the glass and into Read More
I had the same problem and it took me some time to figure it out. You need to look closely at the point where the stationary panel sits inside the base track. There is a thin line there where the parts meet, both chrome and it must be caulked. It took me a while to figure this out but we had terrible leaking and discovered it was when the water sprayed on that panel, it then runs down the glass and into the crack between the metal that comes preinstalled on the glass and the base track. I cleaned it well and dried it and put a bead of GE 100% silicone and it is holding well and stopped the leak. The manufacturer should make a gasket for that point. I caulked the small panel in the same place. Read Less
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June 16, 2014
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I had the same issue. When this happened to me, I took it apart while it was leaking. Good thing I did, or I might have went insane. I saw that the seal between the glass and the bottom track is horrible. What happens is, water leaks through the seal to the inside bottom track. The water comes out of the pre-drilled holes or at the wall intersection of the bottom track. So....heres the fix.....silicone Read More
I had the same issue. When this happened to me, I took it apart while it was leaking. Good thing I did, or I might have went insane. I saw that the seal between the glass and the bottom track is horrible. What happens is, water leaks through the seal to the inside bottom track. The water comes out of the pre-drilled holes or at the wall intersection of the bottom track. So....heres the fix.....silicone all the seals at the bottom of the glass ...every seal. Silicone on top of the plastic seal. I also took the glass out of the track and siliconed to plastic seal-gasket back into the track. Then I siliconed the glass to the plastic gasket and plastic gasket to the metal track.
Its completely perfect now. Hope this helps. Read Less
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September 4, 2013
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Contractor used MARINE GRADE adhesive and MARINE GRADE sealant.
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EnglePrecisionServices
March 18, 2013
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I know that the directions state to apply the silicone from the inside of the shower, but the way that the water will hit the glass and track will cause it to pool under the track and sit or run into the room.
I applied the silicone around the exterior of the glass and track, so that the water that drains into the track will flow back into the shower due to the slope of the threshold. But DO NOT Read More
I know that the directions state to apply the silicone from the inside of the shower, but the way that the water will hit the glass and track will cause it to pool under the track and sit or run into the room.
I applied the silicone around the exterior of the glass and track, so that the water that drains into the track will flow back into the shower due to the slope of the threshold. But DO NOT silicone both the inside and the outside of the track and glass, or it is guaranteed to pool, leak, and get funky.
Air flow and the slope of the threshold are your friends. Read Less
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March 17, 2013
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Yes!! Three more tubes of the same silicone you are using. First of all, this enclosure is designed for several different applications so that means that some of the mounting holes will not be used with the matching base.
You need to silicone everything. Including the holes in the bottom of the track!!
1. The bottom (underneath) of the track. (very heavy bead.)
2. The ends of the track.
3. The inside
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Yes!! Three more tubes of the same silicone you are using. First of all, this enclosure is designed for several different applications so that means that some of the mounting holes will not be used with the matching base.
You need to silicone everything. Including the holes in the bottom of the track!!
1. The bottom (underneath) of the track. (very heavy bead.)
2. The ends of the track.
3. The inside and outside bottom seams of the track.
4. The seam between the glass and the track.
5. The seam between the glass and the wall.
6. The seams around the glass mounting brackets.
And then you need to let it rest for at least two days before using the shower. Let the silicone set.
I have encountered this situation a few times and this is the only method that works.
Good luck.
Steve. Read Less
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Is this unit U/L approved

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February 4, 2013
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Warren Oregon
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September 4, 2013
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After inspector came here and inspected unit, he gave the contractor the go-ahead. Don't know about your area, sorry.
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March 28, 2013
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Was informed by plumber that it is not UPC rating approved for new installing, just remodeling. Was informed that when new drain installed on shower, it must be UPC approved. Awaiting building inspector, due here next week with results. Plumber stopped work half way through job because of UPC rating.
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Largo, Fla
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February 5, 2013
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No. This unit is a bad choice. The one I had, all it did was leak. I re:installed it twice. Leaks after several attempts, even after tube of caulking. Bad investment.
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February 5, 2013
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Thank you for your question? I am not sure what you mean by UL approved.
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Is this a 2 or 3 piece shower unit?

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March 3, 2016
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Hi Mary,
Thank you for your question about the Cerise Frameless Shower Enclosure. This model is a 2 piece unit including the base and glass enclosure. If you are interested in a wall set, that is purchased separately, and the model number for that is 422030.
Thanks,
Nick
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March 3, 2016
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Hello Mary,
Thank you for your question on the Cerise 39 in. x 78 in. Frameless Shower Enclosure in Chrome with Clear Glass and Base in White. I will be more than happy to assist you and I do apologize for any inconveniences. This is a two piece shower set that comes with the enclosure and the base. The walls is something that has to be purchased separate. If you have any other questions or concerns Read More
Hello Mary,
Thank you for your question on the Cerise 39 in. x 78 in. Frameless Shower Enclosure in Chrome with Clear Glass and Base in White. I will be more than happy to assist you and I do apologize for any inconveniences. This is a two piece shower set that comes with the enclosure and the base. The walls is something that has to be purchased separate. If you have any other questions or concerns please feel free to call or email us at 800-355-2721 or consumercare@deltafaucet.com
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Consumer Care
Delta Faucet Company
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March 2, 2016
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This is a 2 part kit.
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Should caulking be applied to both, inside and outside of the track. Also under the shower panel doors. What brand of caulk is recommended?

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August 25, 2013
Purchased premium caulk and it didn't bond with the shower panels.
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September 18, 2013
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Use 100% silicone. I used GE brand. On the base I scuffed the fiberglass and aluminum to give it something besides a smooth surface to bond to. Also apply a thin layer of the silicone over the complete surface of the track where it bonds to the base and clean up any excess that oozes out. Pay attention to the corners where the track meets the wall. Give it a good seal here. On the glass I cleaned with Read More
Use 100% silicone. I used GE brand. On the base I scuffed the fiberglass and aluminum to give it something besides a smooth surface to bond to. Also apply a thin layer of the silicone over the complete surface of the track where it bonds to the base and clean up any excess that oozes out. Pay attention to the corners where the track meets the wall. Give it a good seal here. On the glass I cleaned with alcohol and taped off where I didn't want the silicone to go. I uesed a small spreader like you use with bondo to get it smooth and then removed the tape. Let dry at least 24 hours before using. Regular bathroom caulk will not work. Read Less
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Construction Crew states, from past installs, to use ONLY marine grade sealant and use twice as much as you think you should, wiping off excess. Because of appearance, they used masking tape to get a perfect line of sealant. Took longer, but I read reviews on unit before installing same. Ease of keeping clean with a good wipe-down after use. House trained? You bet! I've dealt with plastics and Read More
Construction Crew states, from past installs, to use ONLY marine grade sealant and use twice as much as you think you should, wiping off excess. Because of appearance, they used masking tape to get a perfect line of sealant. Took longer, but I read reviews on unit before installing same. Ease of keeping clean with a good wipe-down after use. House trained? You bet! I've dealt with plastics and fibre-glass products for many years. Got a boat? You wipe it down after it's use ? It wil give you a lot of good service for many years, so will this shower.
PS. My builder say's I'm a pain, but it's mine, not his.
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Thank you for your question. Yes you will need to caulk all of the seams.
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 102 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Design oversight results in probable leakage We had our Cerise 39" shower installed by contractor August 2014 and it has leaked from the base chrome track ever since despite many attempts at recaulking. I have just read Thom's suggestion and will explore that solution, it sounds like it may be the answer for a poorly designed shower. Water under no pressure falling like rain will only flow where gravity allows it to flow. A shower enclosure can be designed so that no caulking whatsoever would be required. For instance, if the base of this shower was molded so that the track sits on a ledge lower that the outside edge of the base...there would be NO way water could find its way onto the bathroom floor or the wall sheetrocking...unless one leaves the sliding shower door open. I will report back on whether Thom's fix is solves our leaking issue...then I will repair the sheetrock damage. July 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Look and no leaks A friend who is a handyman and I followed the instructions and also read some of the helpful reviews about caulking. We did tile for the walls and floor. We made sure the base was level and solid which I think is the most important thing. If you have any movement then the caulk and sealant will probably eventually leak. I think a few of these reviews are for the wrong product (doors open out?) or used the walls so I cant speak to that. Also many of the reviews talked about plumbers and still having issues, but installing the base and walls and glass wouldn't be a plumbers forte. Just saying. Its also possible they have made changes since some of these reviewers bought theirs or maybe I got lucky and got one that was manufactured right. Either way I love it. May 23, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth the money I have been a plumber for 26 years I purchased this product with walls and for the price, I was not happy at all the instructions are horrible, installation takes forever make sure you frame correctly and everything is 100 percent level or nothing goes together properly. I will never purchase or install this product again. Customer service is horrible as well. Find a better product. July 24, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by The hardware package is all Chinese Parts and the Quality sucks. The hardware package is all Chinese Parts and the Quality sucks. The screws are to long to go into the glass nut (N). screws appear to be nice stainless steel screws. Drain sticks out the bottom of the shower pan so far it makes plumbing an issue with space for a trap etc. June 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Leaks! After reinstalling 3 times, it still LEAKS! Our builder has installed this shower for us 3 times since 2014 & can not make it stop leaking. It leaks at where the glass meets the base. He has followed all the reccomendations on here from other builders & DIY, re leveled everything, re caulked everything,checked all connections for leaks prior to reinstalling. It will not stop leaking & by the time we notice its leaking again, our drywall is already damaged again. Very frustrating! We have had our new bath for 2 years & still can not use it! Please, if anyone has any ideas not already listed please let us know. I love the looks of the shower, but its not just a decoration we need to be able to use it! June 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy This shower looks awesome when first installed but that's about it. First it leaks around the bottom guide had to have it resealed twice. It was installed in 2014 by a contractor now not even two years later the pan has cracked in multiple places and caused water damage in our kitchen. The acrylic base is very thin and does not hold up to everyday use maybe ok for a guest room but definitely not for everyday use. July 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by I like the look of it My husband put that shower in it has leak and the rollers make nose he has tryed to fix it still does all that he has pass away and i'am trying to fix it myself i have tryed to seal it and it not working out for me i can't aford to have someone come can you tell me what i can do something easy i hope April 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor Quality Shower We like the shower, it looks great but has some installation challenges. I am a contractor and installed one of these units recently in our house. Shortly after installing we experienced some leaking, not small leaking either. However at times it did not leak. After several attempts at caulking (there was a very long story in between) and believing I had gotten every possible spot, the leaking continued. however we discovered that the leaking only occurred when the water was spraying onto the larger stationary panel. We had cut a hole in the new bedroom wall adjacent to the shower and could see the water flowing out the end of the base ring so could see when the leaking started and stopped. I finally got down on my knees with the reading glasses on and closely looked at the base ring, shower pan, and panel where it met the base ring. I saw a very thin line between the base ring and the metal that comes preinstalled on the glass, I remembered that the panel dropped into a large open slot on the base ring and that there is no seal or gasket around that hole. So...I dried and cleaned the base ring and the metal on the base of the glass and caulked along that thin little joint on both the large and small stationary panels at the base. The leak was fixed. The manufacturer should make a gasket for that joint, caulking it involves putting caulk on an already finished chrome part but the 100% silicone sticks well. All this talk about the wrong caulk etc. is nonsense. If you have persistent leaking and can't find the source, check that joint, it is more than likely the cause. June 24, 2016
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