Shower FAQs:


Q: Is a shower a place in which a person bathes under a spray of typically warm or hot water?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a shower a that are then covered with tile?

A: Yes, or in some countries with a sheet material like vinyl.

Q: Are showers available?

A: Yes, and including complete shower units which are all encompassing showers that include the pan, walls, and often the shower head, as well as pieced together units in which the pan, shower head, and doors are purchased separately.

Q: Is a shower a dedicated shower area which uses a door or curtain to contain water spray?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a shower a?

A: Yes, or in a dedicated shower room, which does not require containment of water spray.

Q: Were showers established by Charles Cazalet?

A: Yes, and firstly in Bordeaux in 1893 and then in Paris in 1899.

Q: Is a shower as utilize a second emergency drain outside of the shower in case of overflow?

A: Yes.

Q: Are showers separated from the surrounding area through watertight curtains?

A: Yes, and sliding doors, or folding doors, or shower blinds, in order to protect the space from spraying water.

Q: Were showers installed in the barracks of the French army in the 1870s as an economic hygiene measure?

A: Yes, and under the guidance of Fran├žois Merry Delabost, a French doctor and inventor.

Q: Are showers adopted by other armies?

A: Yes, and the first being that of Prussia in 1879, and by prisons in other jurisdictions.

Q: Are showers most commonly stall showers or showers over a bathtub?

A: Yes.

Q: Were showers neither indoor structures nor man-made but were common natural formations: waterfalls?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a shower a?

A: Yes, Open showers are often provided at public swimming pools and at popular beaches.

Q: Is a shower a?

A: Yes, Shower curtains usually surround the bath inside the tub or shower area and are held up with railings or curtain rods high on the wall or ceiling.