I have a bunch of tempered glass panels from disassembled patio doors. I'd like to use one of these panes as a shower door. Most glass shower doors are hung with drilled holes or with cutouts in the glass. Of course neither of these will work with existing tempered glass.
There exist non-bore hinges that clamp onto the glass. Do these hold up and not creep with time. Most of ones I've seen are for smaller doors.
Glue one half of each hinge to the glass using epoxy. The problem with this is getting the hinges co-linear enough that it doesn't bind.
As in option 2, but instead of gluing directly to the glass glue to a 2 mm layer of gasket material. This would absorb small amounts of misalignment, as well as tolerating some differential expansion between door and surround. I'm thinking of something like a synthetic rubber. This may require different adhesives.
Build a framed door from scratch. Now the problem is to make it from something that tolerates being wet a lot. I figure that the same panel that cabinets for outdoor kitchens are made from would work. Other ideas?
Keep my shower curtain.