As I’ve grown up, I’ve begun loathing shower curtains little by little. I have two major complaints:
- It makes me really uncomfortable when the shower curtain sticks to me when I’m in the shower, or when the cold plastic curtain liner grazes me.
- Shower curtains do not keep the cold air out completely.
When I am showering I am extremely sensitive to the cold air outside of the nice and comfortable bubble that the shower provides. When we were home-hunting for our current place, my major requirements were a washer and dryer hookup, and a master bathroom with a sliding shower door. I love how open the shower is when there is a door, they keep all of the warmth I love so much IN, and also provide handy places to hang towels. Life has been wonderful ever since, and now that we are finally planning to buy a house I’ve been doing a lot of window shopping for my dream master bathroom retreat.
I’ve come to the conclusion that my dream home will not be complete without the Sterling shower doors with ComforTrack technology.
Why the Prevail Sliding Shower Door?
Before I started researching bathroom essentials (including gorgeous tile, light fixtures, and more.) I thought the only benefits to a sliding shower door were those above. They kept me warmer and provided an excellent towel rack. But there are actual reasons why the Prevail Sliding Shower Door is so much better than you might think.
First, this shower door has a flexible track dubbed ComforTrack technology.
Think about all the times the track has caused problems? The flexible track boasts comfort and its ease of cleaning. This means we can bathe our pets, children, and ourselves comfortably and without worrying about somebody hitting the track in an uncomfortable way.
And unlike other shower door systems, you can actually still sit on the side of the tub which is convenient for so many reasons!
ComforTrack technology is available for BOTH bath doors and shower doors
I can only imagine how much easier bath time would be if I could bathe my kids in my bathroom. I definitely would with Prevail.