Model # SDKIT60-SIL-R

Internet #203906449

Store SKU #1000003606

60 in. x 56-3/8 in. Framed Sliding Bathtub Door Kit in Silver with Pebbled Glass
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60 in. x 56-3/8 in. Framed Sliding Bathtub Door Kit in Silver with Pebbled Glass

  • Fits into spaces 52 to 59 in. wide
  • Simple, classic design with silver frame
  • Textured pebbled glass panels provide some privacy
$13900 /each
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Product Overview

  • Fits into spaces 52 to 59 in. wide
  • Simple, classic design with silver frame
  • Textured pebbled glass panels provide some privacy
Complete Sliding Tub Door Kit 60 in., comes with hammered glass panels and has a silver finish. Everything you need to install your own unique shower door. Hardware Included.
  • Complete sliding tub door 60 in. with hammered glass
  • Includes detailed instructions
  • Easy installation
  • Includes hardware
  • Fits into a space with a minimum/maximum width of 52 in. - 59 in. and a height of 56-3/8 in.
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Silver finish

Product Overview

  • Fits into spaces 52 to 59 in. wide
  • Simple, classic design with silver frame
  • Textured pebbled glass panels provide some privacy
Model #: SDKIT60-SIL-R
Sku #: 1000003606
Internet #: 203906449

Complete Sliding Tub Door Kit 60 in., comes with hammered glass panels and has a silver finish. Everything you need to install your own unique shower door. Hardware Included.

  • Complete sliding tub door 60 in. with hammered glass
  • Includes detailed instructions
  • Easy installation
  • Includes hardware
  • Fits into a space with a minimum/maximum width of 52 in. - 59 in. and a height of 56-3/8 in.
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Silver finish

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Specifications

Dimensions

Door Glass Thickness (in.)
1/8"
Door Height (in.)
56.44
Fits Opening Width (in.)
52 in. - 59 in.
Installation Width
52 in. - 59 in.
Walk Through Opening Width (in.)
52 in. - 59 in.

Details

Door Type
Bypass/Sliding
Double Hinged
No
Frame Finish
Silver
Frame Type
Framed
Frame/Hardware Finish Family
Silver
Glass Finish
Hammered
Glass Style
Pebbled
Handle Finish
Silver
Handle Style
Other
Hardware Included
Yes
Max Installed Width (in.)
59
Product Weight (lb.)
40lb
Returnable
90-Day
Towel Bar
No
Tub/Shower
Tub

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Door Glass Thickness (in.)
1/8"
Door Height (in.)
56.44
Fits Opening Width (in.)
52 in. - 59 in.
Installation Width
52 in. - 59 in.
Walk Through Opening Width (in.)
52 in. - 59 in.

Details

Door Type
Bypass/Sliding
Double Hinged
No
Frame Finish
Silver
Frame Type
Framed
Frame/Hardware Finish Family
Silver
Glass Finish
Hammered
Glass Style
Pebbled
Handle Finish
Silver
Handle Style
Other
Hardware Included
Yes
Max Installed Width (in.)
59
Product Weight (lb.)
40lb
Returnable
90-Day
Towel Bar
No
Tub/Shower
Tub

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

How are you supposed to cut it to the curve? The coin doesn’t work

Asked by: Ccoh
right / left cut tin snips
Answered by: kctrap
Date published: 2018-01-28

Is there 1 or 2 doors

Asked by: Tina
2 doors.
Answered by: Coach
Date published: 2017-08-08

Can I get this door for a 40 in. x 56-3/8 tub opening?

Can I get this door for a 40 in. x 56-3/8 tub opening?
Asked by: mike
Yes you can get it from Home Depot
Answered by: Ans
Date published: 2018-01-21

I have a tub thats 55"w×55"t is there one that will fix mine ?

Asked by: Greg
It's a real piece of junk. Don't buy this. It isn't as show or described
Answered by: 90815
Date published: 2017-08-19
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Customer Reviews

60 in. x 56-3/8 in. Framed Sliding Bathtub Door Kit in Silver with Pebbled Glass is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 48.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The instructions are bad and sometimes actually wrong. The pieces are of poor quality. The desc... The instructions are bad and sometimes actually wrong. The pieces are of poor quality. The description says it comes with a handle, but it is a tiny finger pull. The quality is sub-par and it is made to fit a tub only, not a tub / wall surround. The bottom is hollow making caulking difficult and creating a potential for water to sit under the bottom and mold. I would not recommend getting this unit. We went with it because it was available for same day pick up - the fact that it was less expensive was a bonus, but you really get what you pay for. We should have waited a few days, paid more, and got a better door.
Date published: 2017-11-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Door shattered In six years I've had to replace two doors due to the fact that they just shattered by their selves. Not a pleasant feeling at 11:15 p.m. when everyone in the house is sleep and your bathtub door shatters
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thrilled! Although the installation instructions left a lot to be desired, I finished the installation and am very pleased with the product. The doors look great, & have changed the entire look of my bathroom. I`m a mechanic by trade, so I had some tools which were not mentioned that made the project easier. I would recommend this product to anyone with some mechanical, or carpentry background.
Date published: 2014-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product, good price. Follow the instructions closely, and it's easy. I could see how people would mess it up by not measuring correctly. As long as you don't rush, you'll be very happy with this product. The only part that might be a challenge is cutting the base of the side rails to fit flush against the curve where your tub/shower wall meet, if you have such a design. Again, just follow instructions, use the tools that the instructions call for, and take your time! (If you don't have the instructions included, like some here have indicated, they're right here on the Home Depot product info page.)
Date published: 2016-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a good basic sliding door set. It is a little on the light-duty side, but it looks good ... This is a good basic sliding door set. It is a little on the light-duty side, but it looks good installed. What I liked most about this door set was the installation instructions. The instructions are accurate and clear. We previously purchased a much more expensive door set and the instructions were terrible. Installation is relatively simple; the most complex part is trimming the top and bottom rails to proper length, and trimming the lower ends of the side rails and the bottom piece to fit the rounded corner of a one-piece tub and shower. The instructions tell you to radius the parts. A 45 degree cut on the ends of these pieces with some sealing caulk is less demanding and quicker; it looks just the same once finished. I also applied a small bead of caulk to the back side of the verticals, and to the inside corners of the bottom rail before installing them; it seal better and holds the parts in place better. I would also have preferred a made in the USA option.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from fair quality Ok quality but a functional door. CONS: directions say drill 1/4" hole but the anchors were too small for that size. Had to use my own anchors. I would have just drilled a smaller hole! Also didnt come with any spare screws and one of the screws was a manufacture defect so again - had to use my owm screw! A few spare screws would gave been nice. Other than that - if you are handy.. No problem - if not buy a more expensive model for less frustration.
Date published: 2016-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light duty; however, a good value for the $ Installation is easy if you have all the correct tools. Unlike other reviews, the instructions were included, the wall anchors are strong enough to hold the frame, and door handles are included. I installed two doors - here is some advice: 1)purchase "masonry" drill bits to easily drill through wall tile 2) make sure your bathtub is level, one of my tubs wasn't level and the doors would not stay closed - slid to lower end of tub. To fix the problem, I cut 1/4 inch off the top of the side bracket (higher end) which supports the top frame. If you have to cut the frame to level the doors, do not cut more than 1/4 inch, otherwise the doors will be to long. The doors can be adjusted for height no more than 1/4 inch.
Date published: 2016-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Good Door For the Money I looked everywhere for the least expensive door I could find. This was the lowest price door of any type I could find. I did not expect it to be as high quality as it is. I am planning to totally remodel the entire bathroom, but could not live with the horrible shower curtains in the short term that were in the house we purchased. This was a great solution. It is such a nice door, I may wait a while before remodeling now that I have a nice door on the tub. My wife loves it. PROS: Looks nice, rolls very smooth, fairly easy to install (if you have a good hack saw, miter box, and bench grinder), low price. CONS: Not heavy duty. Will not take a teenager doing pull-ups on the main support beam, but if you don't abuse it, It should last years. As many others have pointed out, there are no towel bars, but that is one of the reasons it is only $99. Wall Anchors that come with the door are POOR QUALITY! (I tried to use a strong word here, but Home Depot flagged me for "inappropriate language") See INSTALLATION TIPS below. INSTALLATION TIPS: 1. Very good instructions. Read them all!!! They make good points that you need to consider before starting. 2. The wall anchors are poor quality! This fact wasted a lot of time. If you have a hollow bathtub enclosure like I do, the enclosed wall anchors may not work. I happen to have some US made wall anchors that are also for a 1/4" hole of the same type design that worked great. If the anchors that come with the door don't work, it is not your fault. Go to the hardware store and by some American made anchors. They are pretty cheap and will make the job a lot easier. 3. The main/top support beam does not secure to anything. The weight of the doors holding the edges of the main beam on the side supports is the only thing holding it in place. Like another reviewer said, this is a bit disconcerting, but it works out in the end. The only problem is that you have to be very careful when inserting the doors into the roller track in the main support beam. If you raise the door too high, it will push the main support beam off the side supports. This happened a couple times to me before I got the door rollers to settle into the track. This part of the installation was not that easy. 4. Pay attention to the instructions for caulking. A Good Silicon based caulk is the way to go. It is the only thing holding the bottom bar and the main top support beam in place (other than gravity). 5. Don't use too much caulk. Apply a small bead and smooth it out with your finger. If you use too much it will make a big mess. It is easier to add a little more than to use too much and have to wipe it up. 6. If the tub edge corner where it meets the shower wall is not square (90 Degrees), but instead has a radius, you will have to trim the edge of the side support rails to match the radius of the corner. I used a bench grinder to do this, which wasn't too difficult. Doing this with the hack saw would not be easy. You can also use a metal file, which would be really slow. No matter what type of door you purchased, you will have to perform this step if your wall corners have a radius. It is described fairly well in the instructions. This does not have to be perfect, but the closer you get the rail edge shape to the tub corner radius, the better the rails will fit and lay flat against the shower walls. I hope this helps. Door looks great... and is 1000% better than plastic shower curtains!!!!
Date published: 2015-04-14
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