Hot showers raise the temperature of the body and therefore any irregular blood flow gets smoothened out. They are best cleansing forms of water showers. Then there are the pressure showers which eject water with a force against the skin so that the body is effectively massaged due to that force. There are jet showers especially designed for the purpose. Finally, the showers are some of the most used accessories in and therefore great in demand. This has resulted in a plethora of designs that are different, unique and innumerable.
Then came the option of a fixed glass bath screen. The screen was fitted to the wall and ran about 800mm along the top edge of the bath tub. This avoided the need for a curtain and the problems mentioned above. However, having a fixed glass screen permanently in place running half the length of your bath made getting in and out difficult. Bathing children was also made difficult, not to mention the hassle of cleaning! Today, there are a couple of great solutions for bathrooms can only have a bath rather than a shower enclosure.
Shower screens protect your bathroom floors from any kind of water damage. They are also nice additions to any bath space These products are definitely stylish and very functional. They are also quite easy to install, and are practically low maintenance. Screens for shower can be made of glass and usually comes in clear and opaque styles. Different patterns are also available to offer variety, such as etched and stained glass designs. With this in mind, it is time to let go of the traditional and very tacky shower curtains, which tend to accumulate stain, mold, and mildew over time.
Another innovation in bath screens are the sliding units, sliding bath screens is another mode for both protection and convenience. Two or more panels are installed on runners, or with a mechanism that allows them to be slid in position, or out of the way for easy entrance or exit. Additional features can allow them to be locked in position, for a tighter seal to prevent water leakage.
However, there has always been the option of having a shower unit installed over a bath. This was achieved by using a shower curtain and rail system to deflect water back into the bath. Whilst this option is still used, the shower curtain was a messy affair, stuck your body when wet and did nothing for the look or style of your bathroom.