Whether you choose to have a shower, a bath or both combined in one there are several accessories that consumers can choose from such as shower curtains, shower doors, towel racks built in shower caddies, grab bars, bath mats and many more. With so many options how can one choose what to have in their cleaning abode. Not only that, but what’s better than not having certain objects at all? Well, that’s what you are getting ready to find out, so that you can make a choice about what you desire and need in your bathing quarters.
Shower curtains versus shower doors. Some people choose to have shower curtains but you also can choose to have shower doors dependent on the type of bath that you have and what you prefer. Shower curtains are an inexpensive alternative to shower doors, however you will constantly have to replace them over the years, and they tend to have plenty of dirt and grime build up.
Shower doors are easy to clean in most cases, they provide more privacy and they provide more insulation to keep water from seeping and draining onto your bathroom floor, which leads to less water damage and keeps it from seeping through the cracks on your flooring. All it takes with shower doors are the installation of tracks.
Built in shower caddies and soap holders are also a controversy for some consumers. While most baths come standard with soap holders many do not. Installation can be as easy as one two three. For those that love to do it yourself. Shower caddies can be bought at a cheap price. However most of them aren’t sturdy and have to be hung onto a shower head or a hook. When you have a built in shower caddy and soap holder you won’t have to worry about replacing them and cleaning can be easy.
Grab bars are great for elderly, disabled, children and everyone in general. If you love baths and you need assistance in getting up or you don’t want to slip whether you are young or old grab bars can be essential to your bathing experience.
Bath mats can be great for slippery baths, and they keep dirt and grime from sticking to the bottom of your bath. The thing to watch with bath mats are they can hold bacteria and dirt for a long time if not cleaned properly and they should be replaced every three to four months.
All of the above information and not a single mention of Bathroom Taps once….Oops sorry.