Creating a Stunning Bathroom Look with Frameless Shower Doors

If you would like a dramatic centerpiece for your next bathroom design, consider including frameless shower doors in your renovation plans. Frameless shower doors can serve as the artistic and dramatic anchor for any bathroom redesign. With their timeless look and elegant style, they can make your new bathroom look a hundred times better. Clean, Sleek Lines Traditional showers that feature either partially or fully opaque sliding glass doors or a vinyl shower curtain that features a des...

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Frameless Shower Doors Will Make You Want to Shower More

Many of the homeowners we talk to say that once they have their frameless glass shower doors installed, they tend to want to spend more time in the shower. It's not simply because they want to be cleaner. It's because they enjoy showering more when they have a modern, fashionable shower that includes frameless shower doors. Not the Same Old Boring Shower Showering is something most people do daily. So it's easy to fall into the same old routine when you shower the same way at the same t...

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Does the Soap You Use Effect Your Frameless Shower Doors?

Soap scum is one of the most common problems among owners of frameless shower doors. Reside from body washes, soaps, shampoos, conditioners and other personal products can sometimes build up on glass surfaces, causing an unsightly film to develop. Soap Scum Defined So what causes soap scum, the cakey white buildup that can form on the surface of your frameless shower doors? It's actually a combination of two things: The sudsy products that you use to keep clean and hard water, which cont...

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Adding Frameless Shower Doors Instantly Updates Your Bathroom

Is your bathroom looking stale and drab? Do you avoid spending too much time in your bathroom because you can't stand the way it looks? Has it been more than a decade since you've renovated or updated your bathroom? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then maybe it's time you considered improving the look of your bathroom. A Home's Center The bathroom is the one room in your house that everybody in your family is practically guaranteed to visit at least once per day. If you...

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Showers Don’t Actually Fill Up Like in the Movies

In the movies, the hero is sometimes trapped in a shower stall with the water running by the villain. As the shower fills up with water, the hero has to tread water at the top of the rapidly filling shower tank just to keep their head above water. If you accidentally leave the water running in your shower and keep the door shut, will it really fill up all the way to the top with water like it does in the movies and on TV? Not 100% Leak-Proof The real answer is: "Probably not!" Shower...

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Special Guests

If you are hosting houseguests in your home, it's your duty to make them feel comfortable and welcomed. You also want to put your best foot forward so that they will form a good opinion about you and your home. Here, then, are five things you can do to make the best first impression for your houseguests: 5. Have Your Home Professionally Cleaned You want your home to be as neat and clean as possible. But you may not have the time and energy necessary to bring your home up to its high...

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3 Ways to Fix a Slow Draining Tub without Calling the Plumber

At some point or another, every homeowner has had this experience: You are using our shower as usual when you look down and notice you are standing in a few inches of water. If you have a slow-draining shower, you don't have to panic. In most cases, it's simply caused by a buildup of materials in the drainpipe under your tub. Once you remove these materials -- either mechanically, chemically or through the use of forced air -- your shower should drain normally. Unplugging Your Drain The...

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Hard Water Is the Enemy of Frameless Shower Doors

If you have invested your time and money in improving the look and style of your bathroom by installing frameless glass shower doors, the last thing you want is a buildup of the film caused by hard water. Hard water is the enemy of frameless shower doors for two reasons: It can form lime scales to form on kettles and pipes. When water is hard, more soap is required for washing. Lime Scales When lime scales from hard water build up inside pipes, it can restrict the flow of water, e...

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Clean and Sanitize Your Shower Doors in Just 10 Minutes

Glass shower doors take a lot of abuse. Depending on the number of people living in your household, they can be splattered with water and dirt several times per day. Fortunately, keeping your shower clean and free of bacteria, mold and mildew is relatively easy once you perform regular maintenance. In just 10 minutes, you can remove soap scum, dirt, lime and any other unwanted material from your glass shower doors, leaving them crystal clear and completely sanitized. Use an All-Purp...

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Don’t Be Surprised When You See a Bidet

American bathrooms are becoming more upscale. It started with frameless shower doors, which offer a touch of class and distinction to any contemporary bathroom. But a surprising number of homeowners are choosing to add a bidet to their bathroom to add a touch of European design and sophistication. What Is a Bidet? If you have ever walked into somebody's bathroom and seen what appears to be two separate toilet bowls, it probably wasn't "his and hers". It was more likely that one of them ...

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