Frequently Asked Bathroom Questions

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To keep your shower smelling fresh continuously, you can keep an open cup of white vinegar within the shower area whilst it is not in use.

The vinegar will absorb any mould, mildew and drain odours that might build up otherwise.

FAQ Header Image (How thick should shower glass be?)

Shower glass must be no less than 4mm thick.

The ideal amount of glass thickness for shower doors or enclosures is 6mm.

Generally, a shower door should be anywhere between 22 inches and 36 inches wide, which translates to between 55 and 91cm, or 550 and 910mm.

If you require a particularly large shower enclosure with a door that exceeds 36 inches in width, you might need to fit an extra panel to the door in order to adequately support the structure’s weight.

FAQ Header Image (My shower is quite noisy, is there anything I should check?)

Usually, when a clicking or buzzing sound emerges from a power shower, it is a telltale sign of a blockage within the shower pump.

To combat this, you should inspect the inside of the shower system for unwanted junk and debris that could be jamming the pump or blocking a filter.

Cleaning out this unwanted grime and dirt will help to alleviate the pressure on the shower, in turn eliminating a clicking or buzzing noise when it is in operation.

FAQ Header Image (What is the best thickness for a shower door?)

Typically, a stationary shower glass panel will consist of ½ inch thick shower glass.

For a shower door that opens inwards or outwards though, a glass thickness of 3/8s of an inch is preferable.

Although it may seem as though this makes for a thinner shower door, it actually makes for a thicker panel.

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FAQ Header Image (How do you make a powdered milk bath?)

For a powdered milk bath, fill up the home bathtub with warm water to your desired level.

Proceed to add either two cups of milk powder or a milk bath bomb. You can also add bath salts, essential oils and/or honey for an extra relaxing bath, gently swishing around the water to properly mix all ingredients.

Soak in the tub for 20 minutes or more, moisturising thoroughly for the very best effect.

If you would like to know more, be sure to take a look at our dedicated blog, Milk Baths: What Are The Amazing Benefits?

FAQ Header Image (How do you make a milk bath?)

To make a milk bath at home, you should first run comfortably warm water until the bathtub is filled to your preferred amount.

Then, add in two cups of your chosen milk. For an ultra-relaxing experience, add in sea salt, bath salts, honey and essential oils.

Plenty more milk bath information can be found in our dedicated blog on the subject, Milk Baths: What Are The Amazing Benefits?

FAQ Header Image (Is there a vegan option for milk baths?)

Yes, oat milk and soy milk are excellent vegan options for milk baths.

You can add any form of milk to a home bathtub in liquid and powder form without worrying about any ill effects.

For a more detailed insight, take a look at our blog, Milk Baths: What Are The Amazing Benefits?

FAQ Header Image (What kind of milk do you need for a milk bath?)

You can add any type of milk to your home bathtub to create a milk bath, with a wide variety of options at your disposal.

Typically, cow’s milk is most frequently used in milk baths, as it is inexpensive and easily the most accessible form available. Powder milk and milk bath bombs are other very popular milk bath inclusions, though.

Oat-milk and soy milk are good vegan options for milk baths, meanwhile.

If you would like more information about all things milk baths, explore our dedicated blog on the subject – Milk Baths: What Are The Amazing Benefits?

FAQ Header Image (How do milk baths help the skin?)

The properties of milk, and therefore the way milk baths work, are beneficial for the skin in three main ways.

Entering a home bathtub filled with milky goodness will see your skin hydrated and exfoliated, whilst you could also expect to enjoy a reduction in inflammation of the skin.

If you would like a more detailed insight, explore our dedicated blog – Milk Baths: What Are The Amazing Benefits?