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One example of a renewed version of the old is the Hydroslide sliding doors. Sliding shower doors have been revolutionized by Hydroslide technology. The days of your old sliding are gone forever. The new Hydroslide may be reminiscent of your sliding shower door but definitely has a modern and fresh feel. The homeowner can choose a frameless variation that gives them the same feel as a standard frameless shower. This type of door offers more glass and less metal and is offered in 5/16" or 3/8" thickness in laminated or tempered glass. A Hydroslide shower glass door offers an upscale feel to a smaller bathroom especially those in more urban settings and the innovative roller system design feels amazingly smooth when opening or closing.
If the shower track has rust built upon it already try to clean it off with steel wool or a small wire brush. If the rust has gone too far and the track is irreparable it may be wise to source a reputable shower door company as a last resort. If you have a hinged door and you are experiencing high pitched squeaking as it open and closes or rust then you need to address this. This simplest way is to take the door off and either clean or treat the hinge with the correct brushes and creams. Another Idea which may be a worthwhile investment as well as saving time would be to quickly replace the hinges and hang the door back up.
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These doors will rid you of all those uncomfortable feelings that shower curtains give and maximizes the enjoyment of your shower time experience. Sliding shower doors are a significant upgrade to your bathroom. Not only will they look better compared to shower curtains it also adds safety and functionality to your bathroom. In cases of accidents and slipping these shower doors can break your fall since they are sturdy enough to stand up to impact unlike shower curtains that offer zero protection against slipping. Metal handles and bars associated with these sliding doors could also be used as towel holders and as hand supports as well. The most common types are glass sliding shower doors and acrylic sliding shower doors.