Re: Glass Splashback for Shower Wall?2
Oct 18, 2007 9:05 pm
My wife is thinking of using glass splashback as the walls for the shower - she hates cleaning grout, so do I really.
Anythoughts or comments on using this material in the shower???
Steveo…this is done a lot now, and I agree it cuts down on the cleaning!
My brother put it in his shower and loves!
My opinion, do it, it’s a nice feature to the room also.
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Re: Glass Splashback for Shower Wall?7
Oct 23, 2007 8:54 am
what about the perspex style alternative someone else mentioned in the kitchen section?
www.acryform.com.au/index.php?option=co ... &Itemid=41
a lot more economical and hopefully durable enough for a shower. Never seen it used myself but sounds like a good idea. I like tiles... but I don't like cleaning grout
Re: Glass Splashback for Shower Wall?9
Oct 23, 2007 11:32 pm
Mick - would not go the perspex option - due to it being softer material- however - if your perspex - whatever it is scratched - use brasso to make it clean and shiny again.
Glass in a shower is nice thought - but think about the water deposits that show on a glass door.
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