Delta

38" Neo Angle Shower Wall Set

Model#: 422060

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422060 is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Finish: High Gloss White
List Price*: $416.65
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422060
List Price*: $416.65
Recommended Replacement
38'' Direct-to-Stud Corner Shower Wall Set
B67916-3838-WH
  • Recommended adhesive: DAP 3.0, RD 3000, and ECO-BOND

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Issue with sealant at shower base We purchased the entire unit, Walls, base and glass enclosure and had this installed in a complete home renovation by a general contractor and licensed plumber. Cost not counting labor was $850. We finally moved in in February and within 3 months of usage the sealant at the bottom connecting to the base has pulled away.The walls give in at the bottom and water is now pushing out from behind the walls. This item is discontinued and home Depot said they cannot help me. This product is under warranty and I need to help know what to do. The handle on our glass enclosure is also stripped and will not remain tight. This is literally a piece of junk and unfortunately our bathroom was designed around this and we have no additional space to replace with anything else unless it is the exact size.
Date published: 2018-06-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Delta 38" Neo Angle - failed design I bought this item a year ago and within 3 months the sealant failed - and yes I used the prescribed sealant. Seems as the design is faulty - had a contractor help with the install and even they pointed out potential weak spots in the structure which eventually came true. Mainly the corner piece was made to low tolerance levels leaving installers with seams that don't quite line up and creating stress in the whole structure which lead to sealant failure as the sealant was trying to hold the seams together rather than just trying to seal the seams. My contractor suggested that this design would benefit from additional 2x4 support at the bottom so the bottom of the enclosure had something to adhere to much like the 2x4s at the side and some some of formal attachment of the center piece to the rest of the enclosure like plastic fender rivets that can be pushed in - since center piece isn't completely true then that leaves it difficult to maintain a good seal - again especially at the bottom. After the 1st three months it failed and leaking started. We stripped out all the sealant that was accessible and resealed everything- after letting the drywall dry out!! But still knew that the seal wouldn't hold - and it didn't last two months. Finally in desperation used packing tape over the bottom seals to prevent leakage - looked terrible but worked. There is so much flex in this thing no wonder it leaked. We stopped using this shower and use our other bathroom. We will have to replace this shower again - but definitely not using a Delta product again. We spent over 900 on this unit as a package and more on installation - what a waste! Not to mention the damage caused by leakage and the cost to fix water damaged walls and ceilings. It is no wonder why this seemingly good looking unit (at least in the showroom) is now discontinued?? Unfortunately - while it is labeled as "discontinued" you can still find this model number available at independent retailers and on eBay (at heavily discounted prices) - my advice - is to stay away from this model. Not worth the headache and no help from mfg other than pointing you to their installation instructions - which were followed to the letter!
Date published: 2018-05-06
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Im also having a huge issue with the walls I had a plumber install and caulk everything and we are having leaks everywhere so much after a shower my bathroom floor is soaked don't know what todo We have recaulked an still leaking bad not even 6 months ol

Asked by: Njbmmb
Hello Njbmmb, Thank you for your question regarding the Delta 38" Neo Angle Shower Wall Set. I am sincerely sorry to hear that you are experiencing issues with your shower leaking and I apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. I am happy to assist you with this issue today. To remedy the leaking issue, please remove all of the sealant with denatured alcohol and thoroughly clean the panels with a warm soapy mixture and allow for the panels to completely dry. To seal the unit, please use one of the following sealants to seal all of the seams of the unit and ensure you press the sealant into the seams using a plastic spoon or your finger to ensure a tight seal without any air bubbles getting trapped underneath. • DAP® 3.0™ Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing High Performance Sealant • Red Devil® RD3000™ Advanced Kitchen & Bath Sealant • ECO-BOND® Kitchen-Bath-Plumbing Adhesive and Sealant If you are unable to locate one of the three above brands, please try to find an advanced polymer sealant which states on the tube or bottle that the product is safe for use on plastic or polystyrene units, which is intended for bathtubs, surrounds or kitchens and ensure you are not using a 100% silicon sealant as silicon sealant has a much faster shrinkage factor. Some brands of sealant, will quote that the sealant requires a 24-48 hour cure or dry time, although it may be best to allow up to one week for some sealants to fully and completely dry. Please view the Maintenance and Installation Manual for this wall surround by visiting the link below and pay special attention to steps 9-12: https://media.deltafaucet.com/MandI/B27798%20Rev%20B.pdf If you have also installed the Neo angle base (422062) and Enclosure (422061), please ensure you pay special attention to step 17 on the Maintenance and Installation Manual for the enclosure as well as step 10 on the Maintenance and Installation Manual for the base: https://media.deltafaucet.com/MandI/95196%20Rev%20E.pdf https://media.deltafaucet.com/MandI/78326%20Rev%20D.pdf I hope this information is helpful and if the unit continues to leak, please do not hesitate to give us a call at 800-355-2721 or you may submit a few photos of the unit to us so we can investigate this issue with you further. Thank you, Brandy Delta Faucet Company Customer Service
Answered by: Brandy
Date published: 2018-02-09

What sealant/caulk to use?

What type of sealant/caulk am I supposed to use in order to seal the vertical seams between the 3 shower wall pieces? Also what sealant between the shower walls and the shower base? The installer's sealant did not stick properly, so there is leakage between the stall pieces.
Asked by: Derek
Hi Derek, Thank you for your question about the Delta 38" Neo Angle Shower Wall Set. We recommend using an advanced kitchen and bath polymer sealant. Thanks, Nick
Answered by: DBS2013
Date published: 2018-02-09
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