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If we are right in the choice of material and style of the floors and walls of our bathroom, we have a safe and enjoyable, it will remain in good condition for long. Continuing with our tips for choosing materials in coatings bathroom, here are some more points you should consider before designing your bathroom for the first time or if you are planning to reform:


* Synthetic materials such as Silestone or Corian can be installed in bathrooms, thanks to one of its main features is the moisture resistance. You just have to be careful with acidic liquids that can leave marks. Select them with matte or glossy finish, and in large parts, to avoid joints. To clean just simply use water and mild soap.

* Pebble tiles (small stones) are a popular choice today, which brings a different touch to the decor. These parts are in mesh to facilitate installation and on which special treatment is applied to waterproof. As regards maintenance, cleaned as any ceramic tiles therefore requires no special care.

* Use paint on the bathroom walls is a trend in decorating increasingly employed. You can paint the walls as long as they are not exposed to water (not in the shower or bath). To ensure durability, opt for traditional stucco, as it is very consistent and resists moisture. Other possibilities are the fake stucco, cheaper and quick to apply, or oil paints.

* If you go for the modern look and industrial microcemento, you have gained in comfort. This material can be placed over any existing base (except wood): plaster, tile, stone, etc., And its thickness is minimal (4 cm), so you do not have to modify the size of the doors. The microcemento is easily cleaned with a damp cloth and mild detergent for stains. Manufacturers recommend placing protections under furniture to prevent scratching.

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