By . Shower Curtain. At Tuesday, August 21st 2018, 11:24:17 AM.
The need for using something to protect our naked bodies has been around since the days of Adam and Eve I guess, so there is really not much news value in the shower curtain discussions. But are there even discussions about such a trivial thing as shower curtains? You bet there are! Just like people are discussing carpets, drapes or furniture, they are talking about shower curtains.
Durability and the resistance to mold and mildew are often a deciding factor when choosing the right shower curtain. This is where the amount of use a bathroom shower gets is crucial. While the fabric curtains are beautiful to look at, they may not be practical for long term, every day use. It is difficult to let a full and luscious shower curtain to air out and dry properly between each use. This means that mold and mildew will grow and multiply easily and abundantly. Vinyl and plastic shower curtains are less likely to have mildew grow on them and, if it does, cleaning is a snap. Many homeowners get the best of both worlds by hanging a vinyl shower curtain behind their more decorative fabric curtain. A fairly new fabric on the market is hemp. Hemp is a good choice because the heavy fabric is made from plant fiber, like linen or cotton. Hemp however is naturally antibacterial and antifungal, so it repels mold and mildew. For the environmentally conscious, hemp often grows organically and gets colored with natural dyes. These shower curtains remain durable after many cycles of wash and usually don't need a vinyl liner underneath. Of course a glass door is extremely durable and easy to keep clean.
It is possible to choose shower curtains that define one's personality. If children will be using the bathroom, designs which have cartoons on them make the bathroom lively and fun are a great way to make kids enjoy bath time. Those who are looking for a designer feel should remember that the options are infinite. It is even possible to get a copy of famous paintings that are normally kept in museums because they now come embroidered on the shower curtains!