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Walk-in shower - mid-sized contemporary gray tile and ceramic tile ceramic floor walk-in shower idea in Dortmund with a console sink, white cabinets, a two-piece toilet and white walls —  Houzz
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bonnieclark14 wrote:Jan 4, 2016
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    wedi GmbH

    Hello bonnieclark14,

    the barrier free shower System is one of our showerelements. You will find all Information to this product on our Website:

    http://www.wedi.de/en/products/building-systems/floor-level-showers/fundo-primo/

    When you look closer to the picture, than you can see, that the shower is not completly without a damm. The slide door was open in the moment the picture was taken. If you close it, then there is only a small interspace between the floor and the door. But the water will not run out of the shower, because this shower element has an integrated slope, so the water will flow to the drain. Only some drops of water will find the way outside the shower.

    Best regards

    wedi

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Pauline Warlet added this to 33 Magic Household Cleaning TipsDec 14, 2015

BATHROOMShowers20. Try this tip from Danish Houzzer Dorthe Puccio, who uses a mixture of dishwashing liquid, vinegar and ammonia to remove soap scum, limescale and dirt from the shower. “It works every time and saves me a lot of money!” she says. “However, it should not be used on marble, as the vinegar breaks down the limestone surface!’’21. “I don’t know if it’s unusual or a bit dangerous, but I use razor blades to remove the limescale around faucets and in the bath tub. It works very well,’’ says Houzz Denmark user Trine Nyborg.22. Tatiana Medvedeva of Houzz Russia urges us not to throw away old toothbrushes. “They come in useful when cleaning difficult-to-reach places. For example, I use them to remove hairs from the bathtub and drain.”23. A good tip, which also happens to be eco-friendly, is to use vinegar to remove limescale from a shower door. “I macerate orange peels with a liter (about a quart) of vinegar in an airtight bottle for a fortnight — this improves the smell (although the smell of vinegar disappears quickly). Then, as already recommended, I dry it either with an old newspaper, or, if the frame is made of white plastic, I use a cotton cloth,” says Ana Triay of Houzz Spain.24. Keep a heavy-duty bathroom cleaner and soap scum remover such as Shower Power in the shower caddy and give the door a spray with it every couple of days as you get out of the shower, suggests Australian Houzzer Sian Sampey. “I haven’t scrubbed a shower in years and my shower doors are crystal-clear.” 25. Use vinegar and baking soda to clean shower doors, stainless steel, ceramics, porcelain and drains, says Australian Houzzer georgi02.

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Chris Johnson added this to Chris' ideasOct 5, 2017

Shower floor transitions to bathroom floor without a lip

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