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Shower Bathtub Mat
The Drive Medical Shower Bathtub Mat provides a slip-free bathing experience.
ITEM#: 13090214Drive Medical's bath mat holds securely to your tub with multiple suction cups, allowing for a slip-free bathing experience. The bath mat provides a large and secure surface area in the tub. Its soft rubber mat is as easy to clean and can be rolled up for storage. This product also features a contour cut out specifically designed to fit around your drain.
- Mat is held securely by multiple suction cups
- Extra-long bath mat adds safety and security by providing a large, slip-proof, surface in the bath
- Soft rubber mat is easy to clean and roll up for storage
- Mat has a contour-cut design to fit around drain
- Mold resistant latex-free rubber
- Package includes: Bath Mat
- Intended use: Daily Living Aid
- Brand: Drive Medical
- Size: Large
- Materials: Rubber
- Weight capacity:
- Dimensions: 35.5 inches long x 15.75 inches wide x 0.2 inches high
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I actually purchase 2 of these, one for myself and one for a friend. The work exactly as advertised, the large suction cups on the bottom. They do not slip, have a cutout on the end by the drain. Easy to clean, holding up very well with no damage after several months.Read More
The mat is very long, just like i expected and thick good quality but doesn't grab onto marble that well. I have yet to find a mat that doesn't slip and slide while stepping off of it, but this will do the job!Read More
Good solid mat . It is large enough for our soaking tub.Read More
I would have given this a 5 if the end would uncurl and lay flat. I had a new shower installed to replace a garden tub and the base, although "textured" felt slippery when I used hair conditioner. This makes me feel very secure. I am hoping that the straight end at the back of the shower eventually lays flat; however, it does not effect safety and I am very pleased with this purchaseRead More
It is a good product. It stays in place, yet is easy to remove to clean and the reset.Read More
Good quality strong mat. washes easily. No more slipping in my shower!!Read More
The mat was all that was written about it. It was a good feeling on my feet, and it stayed in place.Price was right and worth it.Read More
This is a greally good bathmat. Grips very well and is comfortable on your feet. Feels very secure and not slippery.Read More
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