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FIXED GRAB BARS

Posted By: HOTEC

Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2023

Price: $1.00

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https://www.cnhotec.com/products/fixed-grab-bars/



HOTEC fixed grab bars offer people better leverage to support people in the bathroom and other
indoor locations, decreasing the risk of slips and falls and comes in various combonations, lengths and styles for people to choose. These fixed grab bars have created a neat and safe environment for people with limited mobility, balance issues or difficult standing for long periods of time.


FEATURES OF FIXED GRAB BARS
01
stylish Finish
Polished satin finish and white epoxy, Creating a modern design that will enhance your bathroom's style with an elegant and classic appearance while providing safety and security.
02
Wide Application
The decorative fixed grab bars can be widely used in commercial and residential places while showering, bathing, using the toilet, or in other areas. our fixed grab bars offer safety to people in need.
03
Easy to Installl
You have to prepare ceramic drill set, screw drivers, tape measure, and mark pen. Then you can start the installation.


As one of washroom accessories manufacturers, we can provide sorts of washroom accessories for sale, anything you need, please leave us a message.



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