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Non-tempered glass vanity top

Posted by jln5 (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 2, 13 at 10:12

What do you all think of non-tempered glass vanity top re: practicality/safety? No kids using it, mostly just my husband in half bath. Decolav brand.


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RE: Non-tempered glass vanity top

All Decolav should be tempered glass. Usually backpainted.


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RE: Non-tempered glass vanity top

jln5:

Visiting the Decolav website, I could find no glass products that weren't tempered.


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RE: Non-tempered glass vanity top

A company is selling it on Ebay and listed it as ◾Non-tempered glass construction, perhaps they made a mistake.


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I would only use tempered glass.


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RE: Non-tempered glass vanity top

I do believe it is code that it must be tempered glass.


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RE: Non-tempered glass vanity top

agree with millworkman, all glass in a bathroom is required to be tempered by code (windows, shower doors, glass sinks). Lots of temperature changes taking place which would crack the glass otherwise. Accessories added should also be tempered (cups, those little shelves for knickknacks) for safety.


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RE: Non-tempered glass vanity top

check this website: http://thevanitydepot.com/, you can find many vanities and other bathroom products. I brought some products from here.
Good quality but affordable price!

Here is a link that might be useful: The vanity Depot


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