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Bathtub Mats & Shower Mats
Bathtub mats offer slip-protection in the bathroom. It happens quickly: the bare feet can no longer adhere to the wet, smooth floor of the bathtub, the balance is lost - risk of falling! With bathtub mats you ensure that your bathtub is non-slip. This is how you create a safe environment for your personal hygiene. Thanks to the cushioning effect, the non-slip tub inserts also contribute to your relaxation. The practical plastic or rubber pads offer the following advantages:
- protection against slipping
- the feeling of safety
- increased comfort when bathing
- easy attachment & detachment
- easy cleaning
- avoidance of damage to the ceramics
In addition to bath liners in different designs, colors and sizes, shower liners, shower mats and bath pillows also bring more security and comfort to your bathroom. Buy bath mats now for a carefree and relaxed bathing experience! Read more at the end of this page.
Bath Mats - Materials & Functions
Bath mats are usually made of non-slip plastics such as latex-free soft foam or thermoplastic elastomer (TPE). Products made from skin-friendly rubber are also available. People with latex allergy or sensitive skin will find the right product here. The bath liners usually have a roughened surface. The surface has enough grip to serve as a safe anti-slip protection. You will find a secure hold in the tub.
On the back of the tub inserts there are suction cups, often along the whole length of the mat. These are firmly connected to the bathtub inserts and anchor them securely on the ceramic surface of the bathtub. So you can be sure that nothing will slip. Nevertheless, the bathtub mat can easily be loosened and removed by simply pulling it off, saving you time and effort. Thanks to its elongated shape, the safety insert covers the entire bottom of the bathtub so that you are protected throughout. In addition, the upholstery prevents damage to your bathroom ceramics. The inserts are also available as shower mats or shower inserts, mostly in square form.
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2 Tips for Even More Safety in the Bathroom
Elderly, sick or injured people in particular benefit from the anti-slip properties of the bathtub insert. They are often particularly afraid of falling because they know that they are less responsive and agile. You can give them even more security with the following 2 tips:
Tip 1: Wall-mounted bathtub entry aids and handles make it easier to get in and out of the bath before or after a bath or shower. These aids can be permanently installed or temporarily attached.
Tip 2: Bath seats enable uncomplicated body hygiene from head to toe, while the patient sit safely and comfortably in their non-slip place.
Extra Comfort: Massage Shower Mats & Head Pads
In addition to bath mats, shower mats or shower liners, massage shower mats and head cushions ensure extra comfort. Massage shower mats have a special nub structure on the top side. The small, round elevations made of soft PVC allow for a pleasant foot massage during the shower. In this way, the knobs really get the blood circulation going. In some variants there is also a field with fine bristles. They make it easy to clean your feet. Head cushions for the bathtub allow you to lean back and relax in your bubble bath: With the suction cups on the back, you can attach the cushion securely to the edge of the bathtub. The thermoplastic elastomer softly supports your head and neck.
Frequently asked Questions about Bath Liners & Co.
How do I clean my bath mat?
It is best to rinse your bathtub mat with clear tap water after each use. Soap residue on the insert can cancel out the anti-slip effect. Then hang the bath mat up to dry. This will prevent the formation of mold.
Can I put my bath mat in the washing machine?
Many bath liners or shower liners are machine washable. However, please note the manufacturer's information. It may be necessary that you select a low intensity programme at a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius.
What do I have to consider when using bath mats?
Before using the bath mat, you should check that the bottom of the bath is free of oil and soap residue and that the suction cups are clean. This is important to ensure optimal adhesion. Then fill in about a hand's width of bath water. Now put the bathtub liner in it and press it firmly. Check the slip resistance again before actually using it.