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Buying Guide

When it comes to installing a wet room, the significance of choosing a quality wet room waste is often overlooked. These highly durable components provide an all-important water seal to your shower, preventing bacteria and smells from drains from entering your property while simultaneously allowing shower waste to pass through. They are primarily chosen for their essential functionality, however, wet room traps can also provide a highly important finishing touch to your bathroom. Our wet room wastes are available in a variety of different designs from striking circle and square steel options to understated linear wet room traps with tileable covering plates. Already own a wet room? We think you'll be surprised at how much of an impact a fresh new wet room waste can have on the overall look of a bathroom. All of the products in our range have been hand-picked for their quality and use only the finest materials to ensure longevity.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best flooring for a wet room?

Due to their luxurious looks and hardwearing properties, stone and porcelain tiles are by far the most popular flooring for wet rooms. If you're in need of inspiration, try our huge range of luxury floor tiles. Waterproof vinyl flooring can be effective in some instances too.

How do wet room wastes work?

Wet room wastes work largely the same as a regular shower waste; their purpose being to form a seal to prevent odours and bacteria entering your home from the drain while allowing water waste to drain out. These will be fitted to a waterproof tray former to ensure there are no leaks.

How do you clean a wet room drain?

There are numerous ways to clean a wet room drain. If yours is looking unsightly or starting to smell, it is likely blocked by a buildup of hair or soap scum. You can use hot, soapy water to clean the external parts, but may need a specialist drain unblocker if it's clogged internally. You can also try home remedies using hot water, baking soda and vinegar.