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Damp walls, slippery floors, misty mirrors and peeling paint are all caused by shower steam. Steam is created when warm, moist air and cold air mix, and over time, it can negatively affect not only the bathroom but the adjoining room.
Damp presents the ideal conditions for fungi and bacteria to grow, potentially leading to serious health problems like allergies and eczema.
According to the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA), the average shower releases 1.5 litres of moisture into the air. To prevent this, the EECA recommends putting a lid on your shower to avoid dampness.
Showerdome® is an innovative product that prevents steam forming in the bathroom. A clever New Zealand invention from engineer Ken Evans, Showerdome® acts as a barrier between warm and cold air in the bathroom, which means no steam.
It’s also New Zealand owned and operated, and all products are manufactured in Evans’ hometown of Tauranga.
Affordable and stylish, Showerdome® is a clear acrylic dome manufactured in a range of shapes and sizes that simply attaches to your shower cubicle to prevent steam formation.
Research conducted by a New Zealand university shows that Showerdome®, when used correctly, can pay for itself within two years.