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2-Pack Shower Grab Bar for Bathroom

99 reviews

$19.48$23.96

Delivery: Mar 8, 2024 - Mar 10, 2024
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2-Pack Shower Grab Bar for Bathroom

vadania hardware tools

  1. High Quality Material – Made of 304 Stainless Steel:
  • Ensures maximum strength and safety
  • Offers corrosion resistance for long-term use
  1. Multipurpose Design for Versatile Use:
  • Can be used as a shower handle, towel holder, or clothes hanger
  • Ideal for bathtubs, showers, and bathrooms to prevent slips and falls
  • Suitable for seniors, kids, injured individuals, and even people with disabilities
  1. Easy Installation:
  • Comes with 6 stainless steel screws for secure and permanent installation
  • No need to worry about the handle coming off
  1. Durable and Long-lasting:
  • Can support up to 500lbs without compromising its structure
  • Provides peace of mind and a safer bathing experience
  • A premium grab bar for bathrooms that is built to last

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99 reviews for 2-Pack Shower Grab Bar for Bathroom

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  1. Christian

    Inexpensive, IЃfm using these inside a sailboat. I upgraded the mounting screws to stainless steel. They are very thin metal but I think they will suffice.

  2. Wells Turnage

    You will need your own wall anchors, 6 screws and anchors per one handle. These are not the heavy commercial grade handles I’m used to installing but the smaller diameter and lower profile can fit in more places and they seem sturdy enough for my 200lb pull test.Installation instructions – you will need to drill holes in your wall, 3 per attachment point. First when you assemble the handle ends, slide the snap trims on your handle, then use the short screws provided to attach the screw ring to the handle. Make sure the screw holes are rotated so that all three holes are screwdriver accessible before you tighten the short screw.Second step – investigate the wall you are making the holes into. You don’t want to drill into an electrical wire or a pipe! You do want to drill into a stud if you can. I recommend a stud finder that includes an AC alert for safety. Choose the right drill bit – you need a glass bit if you are drilling into ceramic tile. I like to start with a smaller bit sized for a wood screw into the stud I’m hoping to hit, and then re-drill with a larger bit to fit a good size wall anchor when I miss the stud. Don’t scrimp, use heavy duty wall anchors!Miserys – I’ll never understand why builders don’t put wall blocking in the walls of bathrooms!

  3. Kindle Customer

    I installed both in my bathroom.They’re very sturdy and I like the size.I did find them a little difficult to install because some of the screws are under the handle and hard to reach.They don’t have anything to improve your grip, so you have to hold really tightly when your hands are wet.You would need to provide your own caulk/waterproofing if you put them in the shower. I added mine to the outside, so it wasn’t a problem.Overall, I believe they dramatically improved the safety of my bathroom. Just make sure you attach them to a solid, sturdy surface.

  4. Darrell Murphy

    Thos came with all the necessary hardware and was easy to install

  5. Happy Customer!

    They worked good! However, I did want to return them due to the rust build up that can be seen in the photos. They are slim and they must be installed professionally into a sturdy surface, like wall tile. They assist with transferring my grandmother from toilet to standing. She likes to have something to grab as she moves around the bathroom. They work, you just need tools. Power drill for sure.

  6. Nicholas Randall

    Grab bars are nice, great low budget bars. Anchors are horrible when used for sheetrock -the screws were too big for the anchors and they spun in the sheetrock creating large holes.

  7. Paul Arizmendi

    There was absolutely no grip texture on it so if you grande with a semi wet hand you are still more likely to slip

  8. Michael

    Found the studs in the wall marked them. Screwed one side in, then leveled it, then Screwed in the other end I to the studs. The other one I put at an angle Screwed in the wall studs. This made a tremendous impact on the 83 yr ability to be stable and get up/down on their own..recommend it

  9. Stapes 71

    Someone should be ashamed of the screws that were included. Easy to install when proper screws were obtained. These are average once installed with appropriate screws.

  10. Pam Warner

    We didn’t use suction.They were screwed into the wood.

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