Are you still holding that worn-out bathtub that seems to be on the skin how hard and difficult it is becoming to clean? Below, we have compiled a list of all the drawbacks of a traditional bathtub that we provide and how a walk-in tub responds to those deficiencies.
High step-in: Seniors who are under a lot of stress when lifting their feet for any reason find it difficult to lift, especially on a 14 "- 30" traditional tub wall. The impersonal and general design of traditional bathtubs are unable to maintain senior bathing freedom without the aid of expensive extensions.
The step-in height of a walk-in tub from the floor is between 0 "and 9". A senior would never have to raise his foot on a high wall to practice his bathing freedom.
No freedom: Studies show that senior people like everything they use regularly so that it is easy to reach them and they will be too depressed to do anything. A senior is happiest when they are truly independent of assistants and caregivers.
Walk-in tubs take all safety precautions into account when built and designed. With low penetration limits, conveniently strapped safety straps, anti-slip flooring, and wheelchair support, we can ensure that seniors will have all they need to regain their bathing independence.
Limited safety: As people get older, they become more prone to sliding and falling accidents, especially in the bathtub where most accidents occur. Traditional bathtubs have no answer to this problem because they have a common design that assumes everyone has the same speed and reach.
Conversely, a walk-in tub is always purchased, when the enclosure most closely fits the person's description to make them feel comfortable and confident about bathing again.
Mobility add-ons required: Depending on how much a mobile implant is, anything from a bathtub extra safety rails to bath lift chairs may be required. They may also require a conversion that simulates the proximity of the operation of a walk-in tub.
No Massage System: Apart from soaking, a traditional tub does not offer the therapeutic enhancements included by a walk-in tub. Even though soaking provides great therapeutic benefits for the mind and body, it can never be as effective as a whirlpool or air massage.
Not Comfortable: Even if a transfer bench or seat is added to the tub, it won't be as comfortable as one would expect. The smooth and soft textured surface of a walk-in tub is easy on the skin and keeps the back slightly bent for a relaxed bathing experience.
Take up a lot of space: No matter the size of your bathroom, regular bathtubs take up too much space for such a small amount of utility. A walk-in tub with just enough legroom and comfortable space for a seated senior can pack many safety, therapeutic and luxury features.
High Maintenance: A Acrylic Rectangular Bathtub due to its unnecessarily large size makes it super impractical to clean every single time, which causes more than one back pain in the same lifetime. The walk-in tub enclosure is extremely easy to access and clean in every corner or crane.
A Acrylic Rectangular Bathtub due to its unnecessarily large size makes it super impractical to clean every single time, which causes more than one back pain in the same lifetime. The walk-in tub enclosure is extremely easy to access and clean in every corner or crane.