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By Champagne 59
from Lafayette, La
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Bath Step:
Very helpful for my husband when he need assistance getting in the bath tub.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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About Me Budget Shopper
Bought this for my elderly parent. They love it and it helps them get in and out of the tub safely.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
A needed item
from Shawnee, OK
I know this is a bath step, but I use it to get on my bed, because I am a whoping 4'9" short and need it go get into bed
What the bath step has done for me.
from South Dumas, TX
The bath step which I also call it a wedge,has helped me out.I do use a stool to get into the tub with, but the stoolis too high for my weak legs to step up on, so I putthe wedge (bath step) in front of the stool after I havethe other stool that is taller so that I can get into thetub but is hard for me to climb up on it by itself against the tub,with my cain at the same time my other hand bracing on something step up onto the bath step then stepping up onto the other stool and holding on to anythingI am able to hold on to slowly and in focus get into the tub
Too large for my bath area
It was too big for my shower area, and because of my disability, I would need at least 3 and that is too expensive
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Asheville, NC
Eases the task of getting in and out of the shower which is in the bathtub!