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Hi Tammy, it sounds like you likely need a new shower base as Greg has mentioned. The best action would be to correct the problem, since water damage or mold can become very serious issues! A proper shower base should have a slight slope to it. Best of luck!
The picture of the door looks to have polyurethane applied. If this is the case, that’s most likely an oil based finish. If you are trying to apply a latex base interior paint it will not work unless the finish is completely stripped off.
With out physically seeing this myself I can only speculate this to be the issue. The proper tradesmen to contact would be a Painter.
Thank you for inquiring with Ferris Home Improvements but unfortunatley this is not in our scope of work. Feel free to contact us with any questions or future projects. Have a great afternoon
The best solution would be to remove the existing shower base and install one that was properly set up to drain. There are different solutions depending on what you have existing there currrently. What kind of material is the shower base?
Thank you for posting, sorry for the delay in a response. Unfortunatly, this particular question is outside the scope of the services and support that we are able to offer. You might want to consider a bath remodeling contractor for the best answer to your question. Goodluck to you!
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