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  • Ellie
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    Sounds great Peter 👍👍

    Originally posted by PeterPan View Post
    We didn’t really fancy water going everywhere in the room - over the toilet, soaking the loo paper etc.
    Thankfully that doesn't happen in my bathroom either - wouldn't fancy being dried with wet towels or using soggy loo roll 😲

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  • PeterPan
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    Originally posted by Ellie View Post
    Is your tiled floor gently sloped to the drain so no water goes out the open side? xx
    The large shower tray has a gentle slope and a conventional drain. The tiled floor surrounding the shower is (meant to be!) perfectly level. The long side of the shower has the two part sliding shower screen, so no water escapes into the room from the side. Sometimes there’s a small amount of splash at the end (onto the tiled floor) but t that’s very easy to deal with.

    We didn’t really fancy water going everywhere in the room - over the toilet, soaking the loo paper etc. I’ve heard it’s also quite hard to tank an upstairs wet room to make it totally waterproof. That’s why we avoided the wet room option.

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  • Ellie
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    Originally posted by PeterPan View Post
    we had our bathroom renewed with a large shower tray that’s sunk into the floor joists and a sliding glass wall shower screen.
    Sounds the same as my wet room, except I opted for no screen. Is your tiled floor gently sloped to the drain so no water goes out the open side? xx

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  • PeterPan
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    As an alternative to a wet room, we had our bathroom renewed with a large shower tray that’s sunk into the floor joists and a sliding glass wall shower screen. It’s a big shower, open at one end, easily capable of taking a shower wheelchair (and a carer!). Shower tray is exactly the same height as the tiled floor. Works for us.

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  • Gordan1111
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  • Gordan1111
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    @chissywissy try these ( with thanks to Ellie) - more to follow
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  • Gordan1111
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    Hello Chrissywissy ,thanks Ellie. I've tried but so far it's been demanding I resize images. There will be way to do it! But haven't found yet on my phone. Will try again tomorrow. x

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  • Ellie
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    Uploading photos:

    This is the most straightforward way to post a photo - instructions are for using the Forum on a PC, phones are basically the same but you might need to look harder for the correct icons:

    You need to be able to see the Upload Attachments button, if you can't, click the Attachment icon - I've (badly!) circled it on the photo below:

    Forum photo upload (2).png

    Click Upload Attachment, choose your photo and you get an option to insert various sizes, the one above is medium.

    There is also an icon of a camera to click and follow the steps - as an eye gaze user, I take the quickest options 😏 xx

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  • Chrissywissy
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    Ellie
    Sorry Ellie..any help with sending photos? x

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  • Gordan1111
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    Tried to send you photo Chrissywissy but couldn't find out how to!

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  • Guy
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    hi we had non/low slip tiles on the floor with fully tiled shower area and partial tiled walls elsewhere - works really well. if you have the option of underfloor heating it's worth taking.

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  • Ellie
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    Chrissywissy Nailed it 👍👍😍

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  • Chrissywissy
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    Ellie ...oh fantastic..many thanks x

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  • Gordan1111
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    Looking to get that done Ellie xx

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  • Ellie
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    Originally posted by Chrissywissy View Post
    Sorry..not sure how to get the @ names up yet.
    Start typing the Username immediately after the @, you'll get options from which to pick, or type the full, correct, Username. xx

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