On average, if you take a shower the water used does not reach one-third of the water you normally use when bathing. Well, before you decide to replace your bathroom tub with a shower, consider using a barrier between the shower area with the toilet or sink. You see, when bathing with a shower, water will splash all over the corner in the bathroom. Indeed the walls and floors of the bathroom will dry by themselves, but splashing water containing soap will make the tile of the wall and the floor of the bathroom and toilet dull and dirty quickly. Use a partition such as a partition, glass or curtain to limit the rinse area to reduce regrout and reseal shower process.
Do not use a wall shower. Indeed, the shower is bigger and refreshing, but this shower is more wasteful of water usage than if you use a normal shower. The volume of water coming out of the hand shower can be adjusted. Besides, it can be directed to certain parts of the body so that it is more effective and saves water. A shower that has a handle so you can hold it will be more suitable for use by other family members like your child. Because the height of the shower can be adjusted to the height of the child’s body. You can also easily direct the shower to certain body parts that need water, such as your back, leg area, or folds like the elbows or neck. Pay attention to the water spray. Don’t just settle for the unique shape of the shower, pay attention to the water spray too. It is better to choose a shower with adjustable water spray.
Check the drains. The flow of water when bathing with a shower tends to be faster so that it requires water channels that are not obstructed so that water does not pool under your shower. Before installing the shower, pay attention to your bathroom water drain, make sure there is no blockage and always clean the drain cover after showering so that no hair is stuck which will make the drain clogged. This could also lead to the seepage and leakage problem if not assessed promptly.