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3 Self-Cleaning Bathroom Features To Consider

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Cleaning the bathroom can be a bit of a chore, especially if you’ve left it a little too long and grime has started to build up in the corners.

If you’re someone who isn’t always as vigilant as they might be when it comes to the cleaning, the good news is that there’s technology out there that can help you keep on top of it all, keeping your bathroom looking spick and span week in, week out – all without you having to lift a finger!

You could, for example, invest in an anti-fog mirror. These work in one of two ways, either coming equipped with heaters or hot water reservoirs that keep the glass warm and stop condensation from forming or those that come equipped with a layer of clear polyester film over the surface of the mirror. Either way, you’ll find that you don’t have to worry about streaks!

Or what about a self-cleaning toilet? Installing one of these gets rid of one nasty chore that no one really enjoys. These facilities work by using water pressure against the bowl, while releasing chemicals from the tank so the toilet is cleaned after every use.

As for the shower and other large swathes of glass you might be tempted to include in your design, opting for something that features nanotechnology could be a great choice, as this is self-cleaning and helps protect the glass itself.

In this instance, glass is tempered and covered with a nano supramolecular liquid layer, which helps stop the glass from attracting dirt and dust, as well as preventing condensation and streaks.

Other design ideas can also help you keep your bathroom clean, such as raising the sinks off the floor to make mopping a cinch, using grey grout so dirt isn’t as obvious and installing a shower in an alcove instead of using glass panels.

Considering a bathroom remodel in Surrey or further afield? Get in touch with us today to see how we can help.

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