What is a wetroom

A wet room is a bathroom without internal dedicated or raised areas which has an open shower. Structurally, a wet room requires the bathroom to have a gradient or slope towards a drain hole, and a foul air trap connecting the floor to the waste pipes.

How To Use A Wetroom

Shower usage in the latter half of the 20th century has skyrocketed. Personal hygiene became a primary concern, and bathing every day or multiple times a day is common among Western cultures.[16] Showering is generally faster than bathing and can use less water.[17] This quick and efficient concept explains its popularity as it fits in with the fast-paced lifestyles of modern people. In addition, showering, as opposed to taking a bath, is recommended for older people because it reduces the risk of injury related to falling.[18]

Taking a shower in the morning, instead of taking a shower at night is sometimes used in referring to the working class showering when they come home from work, and white collar workers showering before work.[19] An equal number of reasons can be offered for showering at night[20] as for showering in the morning.[21] Contrary to myth, there are no adverse health affects from showering at night.[22]

Some people take more than one shower each day – in the morning, after working out, and at night, or during hot weather.[23]

Source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shower#Wet_room

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