Google has updated its shower curtain guidelines for consumers to allow for more options and more choices, the company said.
The company said that the “curtain must be a standard colour, a clear colour and that the curtain must be of a standard height”.
It added that the shower curtain should also be the size of a “typical curtain”.
It also clarified that the guidelines are designed to ensure “good lighting, comfort and privacy for the shower, and no unnecessary lighting”.
“We want shower curtains to be accessible to everyone,” the company wrote in its latest update to its shower guide.
“We are looking to the next generation of shower curtains that are more innovative and affordable, and provide an easy-to-use, affordable alternative to the traditional curtain.”
Our goal is to help consumers feel comfortable and enjoy shower curtains for many years to come.
“The shower curtain is the most common curtain used in homes, with about 90 per cent of homes using them.
However, the guidelines do not address how shower curtains should be made or when they should be used.
A spokesperson for Google told the ABC that it is “looking at all options” to ensure it has a shower curtain that is affordable and accessible.”
The guidelines are aimed at providing a more effective way for people to use curtains, but there are many different options available to us,” the spokesperson said.”
There is no standard curtain height, colour, height, size, or other factors that determine how good a curtain looks and performs.
“It said that some of the curtain options are cheaper, while others are more expensive.”
It is also important to note that there are a variety of ways to create curtain that meets the needs of individual people and families,” the spokesman said.
Read moreAbout the author: Matthew Green is an Australian Business Correspondent.
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