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Natural stone in the shower is largely about your bathroom aesthetic and style. Natural Stone looks great on shower walls, niches and floors, as well as on the floor outside the shower. You can certainly use natural stone trays in the shower, but stick to stone tile or stone panels and small grout joints and choose a non-slip surface for shower bases. In Stonecontact.com you can find all kinds of natural stone shower bases, shower trays at the best prices and directly from the factories, wholesalers.

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How much does a stone shower cost?

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Natural Stone showers come in many sizes, shapes and materials. The US average range for a fully installed shower, including plumbing, walls, and floor, is between $7,000 and $12,000.

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Are natural stone shower trays better than acrylic trays?

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The first thing to look for when choosing bathroom equipment is durability. While acrylic shower trays may seem like a good choice, stone and resin shower trays will guarantee much higher durability and strength. They are harder, tolerate loads better, and the outer coating is more resistant to scratches and cracks.

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Which stone is the most suitable for shower trays?

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Natural stone can make a classy, comfortable shower when used and cared for properly. The most popular stones for the shower are marble and granite, mainly because they look nice and are easy to care for. Onyx, sandstone and travertine also make great options for showers, but these stones need to be properly sealed.

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How do I clean a marble shower tray?

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To get the best appearance from your natural stone or resin shower tray we advise using a non-abrasive cloth and a household cleaner. Simply spray the cleaner and leave for a few minutes. Once this has been done wipe away the cleaner smoothly and there is your sparkling bath!

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How do I clean a natural stone pebble shower floor?

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Use a nylon-bristle scrubbing brush and gently scour the pebbles and grout in a circular motion. Make sure you scrub thoroughly and get around the stones as well as in any corners if you want a truly clean pebble shower floor. Turn your shower on and rinse the entire shower floor with warm water until it rinses clean.

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Can a natural stone shower tray easily crack?

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Natural stone bathroom shower trays do not break easily when they are made of hard and non-crack stone in sufficient thickness, but care must be taken in assembly, there should be no gaps at the bottom during placement. If the crack was the result of something being dropped in the shower, then you should be able to repair it yourself without issue. However, large cracks or a series of small cracks could be a sign that the base of your shower is not sufficiently supported or needs to be replaced.

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Are natural stone shower trays non slip?

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If the correct surface application is not made, it can be slippery. The natural stone surface to be used on the shower floor can be grooved, some surface shapes can be scraped, or you should obtain some special shower mats that will prevent slipping.

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Do pebble shower floors need sealing?

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Sealing your shower floor pebbles is an important step in keeping your pebbles looking great for years to come. Before you grout your pebble tiles we recommend you seal them first. This can be done with a good quality penetrating sealer.

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