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Shower curtains versus glass bathtub doors. This is a debate that occurs pretty consistently in the world of bathroom remodels and upgrades. If you are redoing your bathroom, deciding between glass bathtub doors and shower curtains is something you will have to do. Below, check out our top four reasons to choose glass bathtub enclosures over shower curtains.
If you are thinking about upgrading or remodeling your bathroom, you will want to consider what to use for your bathtub enclosure. Do you want a glass bathtub door or a shower curtain?
There are advantages and disadvantages to both glass doors and shower curtains. Glass bathtub enclosures can initially be more costly, but they can offer you a great look and function. These glass enclosures can also last for a long time, whereas you will be replacing your shower curtain more frequently. Shower curtains can be great because you can change up the style or color quickly and easily. However, they also can collect mildew easily, and some shower curtains are made of some volatile organic compounds that could be dangerous to your health. Shower curtains can also drip water all over your bathroom floor.
Only you can decide which of these options is better for you, but we think there are several reasons that glass bathtub doors could be a better fit for you and your space. Learn more below.
Glass shower doors and glass bathtub enclosures offer some advantages over shower curtains. Check out four reasons why a glass bathtub enclosure could be a better option for you than a shower curtain.
As you can see, a glass bathtub enclosure could be a good option for you. If you are looking to upgrade and add a frameless glass shower door or glass bathtub enclosure to your bathroom, you can learn more from Giant Glass & Mirror.
We hope you enjoyed our reasons why glass bathtub enclosures are better than shower curtains. Do you have any other reasons you prefer glass bathtub enclosures or frameless shower doors over shower curtains? Tell us in the comments below! Also, be sure to come back next week to read our blog post “5 Reasons to Use a Frameless Glass Shower Door in Your Bathroom.”