Fixing a hole in acrylic shower pan
We are redoing kitchen, laundry room and 2 bathrooms. There were a few big mistakes. One on them concerns a shower which has 3 ceramic walls and one glass wall. The glass wall consists of a fixed panel and the door. The panel was supposed to be on the left side and the door on the right side. The door was supposed to open to the right, i.e. towards the larger part of the laundry room (which is also where the entrance to the laundry room is). Anyone with a brain would agree, upon seeing the floor plan, that the shower door should open to the right. We had a meeting with the designer and the contractor about a week before the work started and the issue of the door came up. Everyone agreed that the door should open to the right.
We come home one night last week and, you guessed it, the panel is on the right, the door is on the left, and the door opens to the left!!!!!!!!
The contractor says that one of his man did the job and that the details of the door configuration were not indicated on the plan!
Anyway, now they have re-installed the door and panel but a small problem remains: there is a small hole in the acrylic shower pan where there used to be a screw for the panel.
Question: can this hole be fixed so that it will be totally unnoticeable?
Or should we have insisted that the shower pan be replaced? (I think it is too late for that because we have already let them re-do the door, which involved replacing a tile, etc.)
Thank you for your suggestions.