How to attach 10-321 sweep with adhesive

A handy person from Florida says:
I am going to purchase this item to replace a snap on sweep that is not tall enough to fill the gap between the bottom of my frameless shower door and the curb (manufacturer set included a 3/8inch sweep but the door and hinges are drilled for a 1" gap?).

Anyhow, I'm wondering if you would recommend adhesive caulk or hi-bond tape to attach the t-sweep to the bottom of the door. My door is 3/8in glass with finished edges.

Also, if you happen to carry a snap on sweep that fills 1 inch gaps then please let me know because I've been unable to find any and using a t-sweep is really just the best alternative I've found.

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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
Unfortunately, I don't think there's any reliable way to adhere the 10-321 T-Sweep to your shower door. It is made specifically to slide into a slot. You can try a high bond tape from a hardware store, but I can't guarantee that will work.
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