6MM tempered glass
Aptional c-pull/towel bar combination avaliable
Available in 152.4cm standard heights
Custom widths of up to 182.8cm
MAINTENANCE: Two primary materials are used to manufacture your new Xute enclosure: tempered
glass and anodized aluminum. To assure a long lasting finish on the enclosure, wipe it down with a towel after
each use. Never use a scouring agent to clean the aluminum.
For occasional, more concentrated cleaning efforts, we find that Lysol Non -Abrasive Bathroom Cleaner
works extremely well. Be sure that any over spray falling on the aluminum frame is rinsed thoroughly and
dried. Many over-the-counter cleaners, if applied to the aluminum and left on, will harm the metal finish and
cause permanent damage, even though their directions indicate safe use on shower doors.
INSTALLATION NOTES: Unpack your unit carefully and inspect for freight damage. Lay out and identify
all parts using the instruction sheets as a reference. Before discarding the carton, check to see that no small
hardware parts have fallen to the bottom of the box. If any parts are damaged or missing, refer to the
descriptions noted in the instructions when contacting your dealer for replacements.
Handle the glass panels carefully and protect the edges.
Please wear safety glasses whenever drilling or cutting. When drilling holes in the ceramic tile or marble, use a
center punch and hammer to carefully break the surface glaze so the drill can start without skidding.
To install your Xute Shower Door you will need the following: tape measure, level, #2 Phillips screwdriver,
drill, 1/8” and 3/16” drill bits, hacksaw, pencil, and caulking (clear silicone recommended).
Optional tools include a miter box for cutting parts to length, files, center punch, and masking tape.
NOTE: Tempered glass cannot be cut.
Although safety tempered glass is very resistant to breakage, the glass can still break if unequal pressure is placed on it during installation. Use caution. In addition, the sharp corners of the panels can damage tile and floor surfaces, so it is best to handle the glass panels carefully and protect the edges.