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bathtub/shower splash guard

Posted by nosoccermom (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 18, 12 at 9:18

This may be too low budget for this forum, but can anybody recommend a tub/shower splash guard? It's for a rental and needs to be foolproof. Do the little corner thingies really work or should I go for the big 30.00 version?
Alternatively, I may spring for a European-style tub glass screen.

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RE: bathtub/shower splash guard

I think the corner thingies work fine for a rental.

And for the record, I think the euro-style glass screens are horrific. I hate them. Water, water, everywhere it seems. When I've showered in a tub with a euro-screen I'm always showering defensively, trying to keep the water inside the tub. Thus, a horrible choice for a rental.

FWIW, in Europe where the "euro-style screens" are used, every bathroom that I've seen them installed in is a wet room. A tiled floor with a floor drain. Both hotels and residential.

RE: bathtub/shower splash guard

I'm at the point where we are getting ready to order a tub/shower screen and this is our first choice. Is this the kind of thing that's a problem?

Here is a link that might be useful: fleurco tub screen

RE: bathtub/shower splash guard

These certainly look nice - I saw one in a store yesterday. It seems to me that as long as it's wide enough - say 48" - it will contain the splash. I don't have personal experience, but was looking into a doorless shower, and this seemed to be the minimum coverage people were happy with.

RE: bathtub/shower splash guard

Any feedback on the longer splash guard?

And thank you for the feedback on the glass screen. I had looked at these tub screens,

Here is a link that might be useful: shower splash guard

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