Our frame-less glass shower door has been installed at an angle (wall is 86 degrees and they installed it flush against wall) so that one bottom corner is ~2 cm above the tub and the other bottom corner of the glass is smashed up against the tub. The last time they installed it that way the glass spontaneously shattered within a year when the room heated up. Is having the weight of the entire glass on one corner going to cause it to shatter again?
If I use bomb blast film on it to prevent anyone getting hurt the next time it shatters, should I apply it to both sides?
Any help would be appreciated. I'm literally petrified of that room right now.