Model # 9271.019.020

Internet #100444672

American Standard 6 ft. EverClean Acrylic Apron
0033056669464

American Standard

6 ft. EverClean Acrylic Apron

$188.50 /each
Color/Finish: White
  • Arctic White
  • Linen
  • White

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Product Overview

The functional and elegant American Standard Whirlpool and Bathing Tub Apron allows easy access to drop-in Whirlpools and soaking tubs. This apron is constructed of durable fiberglass reinforced acrylic and is easy to clean. The transitional style of this apron will complement any bathroom decor.

  • Tub/Whirlpool apron panel
  • 71 in. L
  • For use with Evolution and EverClean series tubs and Whirlpools
  • Color matched

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does the apron have a removable panel to allow for access to the motor, drain etc?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, but it is held on with velcro and if you take it on and off very much, the velcro doesn't hold up.
Answered by: Frustrated
Date published: 2015-11-06

How does the apron kit attach to the tub? Is the rough-in framing the same as a drop in?

Asked by: Anonymous
It slides in behind the lip on the front of the tub and screws to the floor with angle clips on the bottom. It is very cheaply made though. Plus it was over an inch shorter than the tub.
Answered by: Frustrated
Date published: 2016-04-09

Does this apron fit the 5ft x 36in tub or is there one for that size?

I have searched the HD store using the model number given by American Standard {apron kit part number 9261 019 020} and still have found no results. After several hours this has become frustrating. However, after reading the other questions and answers about the 6ft apron I"m convinced that I no longer want to purchase it.
Asked by: RIA
For the 5" Everclean tub use apron model number 9261019.020.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2016-04-12
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6 ft. EverClean Acrylic Apron is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Product is fine and just what I expected. Only issue was that it came cracked on one corner. Luck... Product is fine and just what I expected. Only issue was that it came cracked on one corner. Luckily, it was on the bottom and doesn't show. Not worth taking it back.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not for mobile home instalation This is probably great for a stick built house but I installed it in a mobile home that has a crawl space under it. When ever the wind blows the air comes up through the hole in the floor (which has insulation packed in it) and blows out around the apron. I ended up sealing all of the edges with caulk. Also the tub has only 2 support blocks on the sides to hold the apron support in place so It bows in in the middle. I attached a 2X4 to the middle of the apron under the edge of the tub to keep it from bowing in. It looks good but I could have done a better job using plywood and FRP. Also the glue used to hold some of the trim in place had come undone so I ended up using FRP glue to reattach it.
Date published: 2013-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't bother To be frank, just save your $, spend it instead on building your own custom surround. This thing is a piece of garbage, plain & simple. It's flimsy, it looks cheap, & it is in no way worth what I paid, period. It comes with a cheap flimsy piece of, Idk, mdf, which has little clips that you screw into the floor to keep it steady. You then attach the acrylic piece with sticky pads-not kidding-to the cheap mdf board, which has a white transition strip along the sides & bottom. You can clearly see where the acrylic piece stops at the bottom of the transition piece because it's designed so cheaply that its made so as not to even line up at the bottom to give a seamless look. Build yourself your own transition piece made of real wood that you can attach a surround to, which also would provide an access panel so you can reach the whirlpool motor, which this doesn't even provide. The tub I got this for is a great tub, very nice. Unfortunately American standard has no accessories for it.
Date published: 2013-12-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst money I ever spent. Trust me, don't buy it This is the worst money I ever spent. If they spent $30 in labor and material I would be surprised. Why did I end up using it? Because I was already committed to use the apron because of the way I framed my walls. I will number the problems since there are so many. 1) The color of the fiberglass didn't match the color of my tub. It wasn't too far off, but it was off. 2) The fiberglass was coming off the Oriented Strand Board (OSB), so I had to glue it back on. They used OSB instead of plywood. 3) The apron was too short so I had to either send it back and build my own or use it and fill in the side(s) with fiberglass I bought on my own. I talked to customer service with Home Depot, and they gave me a $50 gift card, so I used the apron. 4) The angle clips that were screwed into the backside of the OSB at the bottom were loose. The angle clips are used to screw the OSB into the floor. 5) $180? This apron is worth about $50.....maybe. 6) The apron was over an inch shorter than the tub. 7) The velcro pieces were attached to the top of the apron instead of the bottom. 8) Yes, really, there are velcro pieces used to hold the apron to the backer piece. Trust me on this, it isn't worth the money. Do yourself a favor and spend the money on building a wall yourself.
Date published: 2014-03-29
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