REVIEWS & RATINGS
Questions & Answers
Rob Asked :We have to fix to a studding wall. Is this a problem?
Answered By QS Team :
This should not be a problem as Aqualux products can be fitted to cavity walls, partitioned walls, or a wall with studding. We would suggest ensuring that the wall can carry the load of the product. Additionally, check the rawlplug and screw types for solid fixing. I hope this helps.
Emma Asked :I have a shower curtain in the bath, and the water constantly comes through the end of the curtain and the wall on to the floor. Would this Splash guard help solve my problem?
Answered By john :
Yes it will help to eliminate that problem if the water is spilling over at the end where you will be fixing the splash guard. But a word of warning - the splash guard you are looking at does not come with a curved curtain rail - just the splash guard.
Answered By JJD :
In answer to your question with regard to effectiveness of these shower splash guards; I can confirm that having fitted several of the 200mm wide splash guards they are extremely successful & competitive with regards to the price
Answered By James :
Yes, i bought one of these for that exact reason. Since fitting i have had no puddles on the floor.
Answered By ian :
I used this in a wet room to prevent splashback from the body to the door, and it stops all water directed at it. In my case, it does not matter if water managed to get past the seals (it does not on the wall side), so this is all I can say
Answered By ray :
Yes if its fitted to the instructions provided, the curtain must be within the bath when showing and the silicone seal sound and not loose of missing
Answered By Martin :
Yes definitely, but also think about investing in a quality heavy curtain from somebody like Byretech
Answered By Kevin :
Yes it does. We had the same problem, daughter having "Hollywood" showers and water escaping past the curtain on to the floor. We installed this screen and it does work a treat. Hope this helps with your decision.
Answered By Barry :
Yes. The panel will stop splashing and leaking. Just make sure that you seal the edge to the wall and the bottom to the bath using a silicone sealer. Barry
Answered By Gary :
Yes it would stop the water from running between the curtain and wall.
Answered By Georgina :
Yes the splash guard would solve this problem, that is exactly the reason I bought it and it worked wonders.
Answered By Andrew :
Most definitely. We have a curved corner bath with power shower so I fitted one both ends of curtain. Hey presto no leaks.
David Asked :Does the screen come with fixings to fix it to the wall and to the curtain rail above, as shown in your photo? Is there a sealing strip between the screen and the wall?
Answered By Aqualux :
Aqua 4 splash guard does not come with a rail. A curtain can be used on the aqua 6 that comes with a rail. Thanks
Answered By Russ :
The screen will have fixings but to be safe I added my own longer screws. The base of the screen seemed a bit flimsy so I encased it on to the bath rim with plastic batten and grip fill. There is no fixing to the bath rail but there is a sealing strip to the wall, been up for good while now and no problems, did a lot of research its the best I could find, would recommend.
Answered By Richard :
It comes with fixings but I always use whatever is appropriate for the type of wall. You apply a bead of silicone, as a seal, between the channel and the wall.
Answered By Anita :
I did not get the curtain rail I already had a different one but the fixings came with it for the wall but no sealant strip, you do not seem to need one. I am very happy with the product and it looks good just wish I would have got a wider piece of glass.
Answered By Barry :
The glass panel has an aluminium strip fitted to one long side. This strip fits into an aluminium channel the channel is fixed to the wall with screws. You will need silicone sealer to seal the channel to the wall. To drill tiles use a glass drill to get through the tiles and then masonry drill to drill the wall. Fix the bottom of the pabel to the bath using silicone sealer. The panel is not normally fixed to the curtain rail. It will be fully supported if fitted as described above. A rail is normally fixed to the wall at each end. A curved rail is normally supported from above. The curtain will not "leak" if it can go right to the wall behind the panel. These panel are the only way to prevent wet floors. Barry
Answered By Peter :
The screen comes with fixings for wall, but not the rail.
Answered By steven :
Hi, The screen does come with fixing to fix to the wall as for the fixings for the shower rail I am not sure if they do as I just purchased the screen. There is not a sealant to go between screen and wall but I just used a run of silicone from top to bottom and sandwiched that in that makes a good seal. Also ran silicone on the inside to seal from bath to screen. Hope this helps. Many thanks Steven Docherty
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