Safety in the bathroom

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The bathroom can be fraught with danger because of the risks with slipping in the bath etc.

When using any equipment in the bath it is advisable to have a grab rail installed which will give you extra confidence. When sitting on a bath board a grab rail on the wall by the bath means that you have a firm hold as you lift your legs over the bath side.

A bath step can be useful when used in conjunction with a bath board .When sat on the bath board with your feet at the bath side a bath step can support the feet and give a feeling of security and stability also make getting on and off safer.

Support grip bathroom grab bar with indicators

When you need a little extra support and security getting in and out of the bath or shower, or even up off the toilet, a bathroom grab bar is essential.

This could be following a stroke or weakness in your legs caused by for example arthritis. This stylish stainless steel effect bathroom grab bar with easy grip finger indents and suction indicators can provide a solid and safe support.

Bathroom grab rails can be  fitted in seconds with no tools required and can work on suction levers so it can moved repeatedly with ease.

Bath step stackable –non slip

Bath steps with a large textured surface will provide sure-footed safety and confidence at all times when getting in and out of the bath. Bath steps can be used in conjunction with a bath or shower board to assist getting in and out of the bath or used alone. We recommend using a bath step with a grab rail to increase the feeling of extra stability.


Slatted Bath & Shower Boards

Bathing should be one of life's simple pleasures. But if sitting down (and standing up again) is something of a problem, here's a simple and practical solution.

Easy to put in place, secure and comfortable in use and quick to remove, it's carefully made from strong, reinforced, durable polymer for years of safe, independent bathing. 

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