The next time you’re washing your hair, try a different shower door.
You’ll save money, and you’ll have less to worry about.
That’s what happened to some people after the shower door came loose from the shower wall in their home in the U.K. This past summer, a woman’s home in Sussex, England, was damaged when her shower door broke during the shower.
The door was not bolted and was left to sit in the water.
The woman’s husband and three children were left without access to their shower.
It took months for the repair to be completed and the door replaced.
“I have to think that it is the way it should be done,” the woman’s son, who was in the family room at the time of the accident, told the Sunday Telegraph.
The repair process can take months and cost around $2,000.
“It has taken years to be repaired and the repairs cost are enormous.
I’m very grateful that we had the courage to take it on ourselves and take it out on the water,” he said.
“We are a family of four and we had a lot of help, and I hope we are all now living in a very safe environment.”
A spokesperson for the Royal Bathroom Society told CBC News that a shower door replacement is not the only option to fix your shower.
“The shower door can be replaced by using a shower cap to cover the cracked part and replacing the door with a shower-cap-protected one,” the spokesperson said.
Read more about shower doors and other safety tips in the CBC’s Safety & Security Guide.”
If you don’t want to buy a replacement door, there are many options available.”
Read more about shower doors and other safety tips in the CBC’s Safety & Security Guide.