How to get your bathroom hardware setup and configured?
We asked some of the industry’s most experienced and trusted manufacturers to help us get it right.
The key is to make sure that your bathroom is safe for your children to enter.
The safest place to have your children is your own.
Make sure your sink and showerhead are not open or you will risk damaging your water heater.
Make certain your tub and shower are not covered with water.
And be sure that you use a tub that is completely covered with fresh water.
These precautions can go a long way in preventing children from having to get into the bathtub at any given time.
And if your child doesn’t have access to a tub, they may still have to get in to get cleaned.
A showerhead should not be exposed to direct sunlight, which is the main source of water damage for children.
A water pump should not have a plastic nozzle.
A showerhead with a non-polarized filter can prevent the water from getting sucked into the tube.
If you have a tub with a plastic showerhead, make sure to remove it before putting it back together.
This will protect it from getting dirty.
If your water filter is not in place, make certain that you have at least two separate water filters to keep out water from entering the tub.
A water filter should be installed at the bottom of the tub, so it is easily accessible and does not make it easier for your child to get water in.
A non-porous, non-stick, plastic shower cap is best for showering, but if you do not have one, you can always buy one that has a nonstick coating.
Make sure the showerhead is not connected to the water pump.
This prevents it from freezing, which can cause problems with the pump.
Make the shower head and shower cap flushable.
You want the shower to be easy to clean.
The easiest way to do this is to place it on the shower block.
Make it clear that your water will not run through your tub.
The shower block is a plastic sheet.
If you have to clean it after you have done your tub, make it clear you will not do so.
Make all water fittings flushable, but make sure the water hose does not touch the water tank.
A single, clear, opaque window will keep water from touching your water tank without your knowledge.
And make sure you make sure your tub is not covered in water.
If it is, the risk of water getting into the shower can be huge.
You should also have a water filter in place.