It is assumed that the door to the bathroom has its own distinctive features. Above all, it is the size. The height does not differ, but the width is usually reduced. But dimensions are not the only difference. It is worth paying attention:
- The material used to build the fence.
- The presence of a ventilation system.
- Method of fixing
- The presence of accessories.
In addition, one must consider whether this is the glass door for the bathroom or a solid leaf. This depends on the cost of the entire structure and the execution time. Before you begin the repair, you need to consider some nuances.
Suitable coating and filling on the door in the bathroom
To choose the right door, you need to start this not only with personal preferences, but also with the room size. If it turns out that everything is arranged in the square (a toilet, a full shower cubicle, a washbasin) and there is a square, the problem is easy to solve. Any material is appropriate, but you should consider your financial options.
If the space is very limited, then the door for the bathroom will be constantly under the influence of moisture. It follows that the material must not respond to moisture, otherwise it will not last long. Why does the door react to moisture? To answer this question, it is worth thinking about the design of the door. It consists of a frame and the main screen. In most cases, such materials may be present:
- Solid wood
Areas at risk
Masters believe that every door has unprotected places that often become unusable:
- The method of application of protective equipment is passed in stages. The main screen is covered first and only then – feed. At the end there is a joint and not painted. If it is not tight, moisture will quickly penetrate and ruin everything.
- At the top and bottom of the door some manufacturer covers with protective joints. It is difficult for the water to get there, but the accumulation of moisture vapour makes the inside of the structure swell. After the purchase you can treat these places independently with varnish.
- When attaching fittings or handles there are often imperceptible gaps. This is an ideal place for the accumulation of moisture. After purchase and installation, these areas should be protected with sealant.