Is your bathroom a safe place or is it hiding some potential dangers?
The idea of slipping in the tub or shower haunts many of us, and we should always take extra care when entering or exiting for bathing. But the bathroom holds plenty of other obstacles that can create an environment for potential dangers.
Light and Bright
Backups for non-skid
tubs and showers
Get a Grip
You can also add extra gripper bars just outside the tub; they're a great aid when stepping out, but there is one caveat. Make sure there are wall studs available for mounting. Otherwise, the bars will simply pull out along with a good chunk of wall. You typically want a weight rating of 300 pounds.
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