This three-layered vinyl heavy weighted shower curtain is exceptionally durable and keeps the water out. Stainless steel grommets are spaced every 6” across the top of the curtain and porcelain weights are sewn into the bottom hem. It is also mildew resistant and flame retardant.
Idea 3) Use a weighted shower curtain or shower screen – After showering there was a good amount of water outside the rubber roll over water stop of the base. A weighted shower curtain could keep more water contained at a low cost. Another option would have been to use a pivoting shower screen – they look contemporary, keep the water in and still provide an opening suitable for a wheelchair. Below you’ll see the existing shower curtain being used an example of a shower screen.
Water on the floor outside the shower area can be a big problem in barrier-free showers.
The Weighted Shower Curtain keeps the water where it should be, while keeping your bathroom drier, cleaner and bacteria-free.
Made of water repellent, protective fibers, this shower curtain is weighted along the full length of the hem. The weighted hem ensures that the curtain won't rise or billow, making the Weighted Shower Curtain one of the most effective water barriers available.
If you already own a barrier free shower, you know that a regular shower curtain will "blow-out" at the bottom of your shower when you turn your water on. This weighted fabric shower curtain is designed hold the water in the Barrier Free shower. The weighted shower curtain works best when it is paired with a water dam to rest against.
|The IMPACT weighted shower curtain, coupled with The New Generation Collapsible Water Dam, makes for the most effective water control system for barrier-free showers on the market today!