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Tired of water escaping through your shower curtain, but don’t want to invest in a large domineering shower screen? Then you'll need to invest in the Large Bath Guard from Infinity.
The Infinity Bath Guard has a sleek chrome edge which fits snugly to the wall and has concealed fixings to provide a clean and tidy finish.
Versatile, Reversible Design:
This fixed bath screen is reversible so you have the option of fitting it to either end of your bath. So regardless of which side your showerhead may be, you’ll have no problem using this.
Suitable for Power Showers:
This is the largest bath guard we stock as it has an impressive 350mm width so will be perfect for people who want maximum protection against water sprays.
The Infinity Large Bath Guard also boasts a vertical seal which will make it suitable for power showers and will keep your bathroom floor free from leaks.
Want to Make it 100% Watertight?
In order to make this completely watertight, just add a silicone strip where the guard will sit on the bath.
Fitting Your Bath Guard:
You'll find fitting this shower guard a breeze and it even comes with a 10mm adjustment to help with out of true walls.
It comes complete with all the fittings to attach it to a solid wall but, if you have the relevant fittings, you may also be able to attach it to a stud wall.
Lifetime Guarantee for Peace of Mind:
Made from 6mm toughened safety glass, and coming with a lifetime guarantee, this bath screen will be ideal for any family bathroom.
Fast delivery. Great product keeps water from leeking out the bath very strong and sturdy.For anyone who has a straight or square bath as it finishs before the bend.Published 21 months ago by Becky
It is very elegant and good-looking but it is secured by a light aluminium section to the wall only. Read morePublished on 7 Feb. 2013 by Mr Euan C M Haig
Just the job and an ideal purchase if a little expensive. Does what was required so should not really complain at the price!Published on 9 Jan. 2013 by Anna M. Thompson