Manufactured with the highest quality materials on the market, this extremely strong and elegant bath is designed with the perfect trajectory in mind to create a geometric masterpiece. It even comes with sturdy steel legs and frame which allows you to fit your luxurious tub where ever you please. And all this comes with a 25 year guarantee against manufacturing defects. Available to order both on-line and in-store. What are you waiting for?
Has your shower head become clogged with minerals meaning some jets do not flow. Save yourself some money, instead of buying a new shower head, follow these simple steps to unclog it and make it work like new again.
Step 1: Using a scrubber sponge wipe away as much dry debris from the shower holes as possible.
Step 2: Take a plastic bag and fill it with a solution of equal amounts of white vinegar and water. You need about 1 cup of this solution in the bag.
Step 3: Tie the plastic bag around the shower head with a elastic band. Make sure the holes are immersed in the liquid and the bag is fully secured.
Step 4: Leave it to soak for around 15 to 20 minutes.
Step 5: Finally remove the bag and wipe the shower head. Turn on the shower and run hot water through it. Your shower should now be as good as new. If some are still blocked place it back in the liquid for longer.
Equipment You’ll Need:
- Electric Drill
- Masking Tape
- Wall Anchors
- Carbide-tipped masonry drill bit or diamond tipped drill bit
- Regular Drill Bit
Step 1 – Choose the Drill Bit
Since the surface of the tile is too hard for regular drill bits you will need to pick one of two common drill bits which are recommended for this task. One option is the carbide-tipped masonry drill bit, which are widely known for drilling into tile. Designed to be able to drill through rock-hard surfaces, with patience and care you should be able to drill through without causing the tile to crack or break. The other option which is more expensive, is using the diamond-tipped drill bits. These are even more durable and will not burn out as easily as masonry bits.
Step 2 – Break through the outer surface
Tiles are made to be strong since they have to withstand a lot of abuse, this makes them resistant to drilling. This makes it hard to keep the drill in place when starting to drill as the bit tends to skip around on the surface instead of biting into the tile. One way to stop this from happening is to mark an “X” where you want to drill using masking tape. The tape should give the drill bit the necessary surface traction needed to break through the tiles glazed outer surface.
Step 3 – Boring through the tile
Now you have broken through the outer surface of the tile it’s all about patience. Start drilling on low speed, then gradually increase the speed as appropriate. Apply constant pressure, not too much as you will break the tile rather than drilling into it. Make sure you keep the drill bit lubricated and that it doesn’t overheat. A quick and easy way of doing this is by pausing periodically to spray the drill with water. This will help to keep it both lubricated and cool.
Step 4 – Behind the Tile
Now you are through the tile, the rest should be smooth drilling through the wall board or mounting surface. Make sure to decrease the speed and pressure to finish the hole through the wall board. Once your through insert the appropriate wall plug so that your able to screw into the wall. Your hole is now complete.
One of the first displays you see when walking into our showroom is our Laura Ashley display. Featuring the Tallboy Unit and Ceramic Basin with Clifton Basin Mixer Tap, the traditional and stylish design gives our bathroom a Victorian look. Check out the products on the video below. Or why not pop in to our showroom in Derby and have a look yourself.
Are you having problems with bathroom basin not draining properly? If so why not try this tip to unblock it. Quick and easy way to get your basin back to fully working order.
Due to the Star Wars Celebration happening this weekend in Chicago, we decided to give #factfriday this week a space theme. Here at Bathroom Traders we can’t stop replacing key words in Star Wars quotes to make them bathroom related.
“Help me Bathroom Traders, you’re my only hope”
“These are the bathrooms you’re looking for”
“It’s a tap!”
Sorry we’ll stop now….
Create a bathroom that looks sleek, modern and stylish with Bathroom Traders. This display which can be found close to the entrance of Bathroom Traders, creates a stunning contrast between black and white to create a bathroom that really works. Featuring the Nile Chrome Shower panel inside a Romani 10 Shower enclosure, to create a clean and minimalist design. Included on the Nile Shower panel are three sets of LEDs that create a pleasant mood lighting that can be turned on individually to create the preferred lighting for your shower.
Available exclusively in-store:
Romani 10 Shower Door and Side: £1548 – £1799
Romani 10 Shower Tray: £77.90 – £153.98
360mm Maxi Tall Unit Right Hand: £949
Derbyshire Bath: £1298
Dunk F/S BSM Tap: £211
Xcite Designer Radiator: £197
Patterned Decor (Tiles): £50.38 Each
Dresdan Floor (Tiles): £47.98 m2