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I’d like a walk-in shower… What do I need to consider?Wet room-style bathrooms are hugely popular as they help create an open, inviting feel and make your bathroom appear bigger than it actually is. Drainage: This is the most important thing to consider when you’re planning a wet room, because without a fully enclosing shower screen, water can reach every corner of the space. Drainage should be positioned at the lowest part of the bathroom floor to prevent puddles and slip hazards.
7. Cleaning glass shower doors with chemicalsYou take a shower to get clean, but in the process, your shower door becomes quite the opposite. Most likely over time, white soap scum will remain stubbornly streaked on your shower door, despite your best attempts to make it clean and shiny. People often use particular store-bought cleaning products, however, if you prefer to use something with fewer chemicals, white vinegar is an excellent alternative.Tip: It’s best to clean your shower screen while it is wet, so do it after a shower, or run some water onto the screen first.Tell usDo you have any tips on what not to do while cleaning? Share your knowledge with the community in the Comments below. MoreRead more cleaning stories
Dual showersWhile double basins have become de rigueur, the shower system is heading in the same direction. If you don’t have space for a double shower, consider a shower system that combines an overhead drencher and hand shower. Those not washing their hair can set the hand shower at a height to suit them, and keep their hair dry, while hair washers can switch to the drencher for an all-over blanketing of water.Browse more bathroom photos