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My frameless glass shower seems to be attached with only silicone. Is this safe?

Yes, it's safe. Frameless glass showers have been around for decades. I have one that was professionally installed and I had a conversation with the installer about this. The silicone they use is ...
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My frameless glass shower seems to be attached with only silicone. Is this safe?

This does indeed look like it's only caulked in. One of your pictures suggests a groove on the pan, but another angle doesn't suggest that at all. I can't really comment on the safety aspect. It doesn'...
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There is a piece of wood caulked to the top of my bathtub. What is going on and what can I do to fix it?

If somebody thought that was an improvement over the underlying joint, then I wince at the thought of what's underneath it. It looks like he used ALEX caulk instead of a class 25 caulk like 100% ...
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