Bathroom door maintenance is quite essential. The fact is that there has been a growing demand for shower screens. However, there are a few issues with the Shower seals going Brittle and discolouration due to limescale and chemicals in our shower gels or bubble baths.


What does Shower Seals do?

You can expect the splash of water on the Shower doors whilst having a bath or Shower. Much of the water goes all the way down to settle at the bottom of the shower screen while accumulating dirt and in no time this drips all the way down onto the bathroom floor.

The best solution here is to get your curved shower screen seal replaced.

Shower Seals and Curved shower screen seals come in variety of thickness and length

1.    Universal

There are about five different types of shower screen seals out there that will cover most types of generic shower screens both curve or straight. Rubber Flexible Seal is the most common type of shower screen seal, as it works well with just any type of door. PVC Seals: Seals made from PVC are popular on frameless shower screens, as they fit into the design.

2.    Easy fixing

The curved shower screen seals are very easy to fit / fix. It’s also easy to clean as you can take it off clean it and slide it back on. Therefore, whenever there is a buildup of dirt around your shower screen, you can easily detach the seals for maintenance. Another feature to consider when buying a shower screen seal is the Flexible of the product

3.    Durability

Shower screens can become a difficult material to maintain when there isn’t an item that canguarantee durability. This isn’t the case with curved shower screen seals for P Shaped Bath they are durable and can go the mile.

On a final note shower screen seals help minimise flooding your bathroom after having a bath or shower. These seals can provide the needed protection for your shower screens and Bathroom floor.