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36 in. x 1-1/4 in. Concealed Screw ADA Compliant Grab Bar in Brushed Stainless Steel

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  • Exceeds ADA standards & supports up to 500 lbs
  • Concealed screw design for a more decorative look
  • Backed by Glacier Bay Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Product Details

This Glacier Bay 36 in. x 1-1/4 in. Concealed Screw Grab Bar in Brushed Stainless Steel finish is made of Stainless Steel and built to exceed ADA standards. It is designed to work with the WingIts stud-less installation fastener, which can support up to 500 lbs. with no studs. Install this item near your toilet, tub or shower for added safety around the bathroom.

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Q:Mobile home, steel studs
by|Jan 23, 2023
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A:  For steel studs, you would need some kind of expanding anchor. I would definitely not recommend just using sheet metal screws to give you the strength you need.

by|Jan 30, 2023
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    Q:Can this be installed on stone tiles?
    by|Jan 17, 2023
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    A:  Yes.  Be sure to anchor into structure. 

    by|Jan 21, 2023

      A:  Yes if have drill bit that can drill threw the stone! 

      by|Jan 21, 2023

        A:  Thank you. It can be installed on stone tiles, but you will need to have a drill bit specifically made do drill into stone. Also, if you can't screw into a stud, you will have to purchase the WingIts Studless installation kit. (SKU 147-567).

        by|Jan 18, 2023

          A:  Yes it can but I suggest heiring a professional because they would know what type of drill bit to use and how fast you can drill. If you are good at this stuff I suggest watching some y-tube videos and practicing on a couple scrap pieces. Good luck.

          by|Jan 24, 2023

            A:  Yes. After drilling tile with correct bit and using the proper wall anchor.

            by|Jan 23, 2023
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              Q:With wall stud built on 16"OC, what is proper way to mount this 18" handrail on hard-coat plaster board wall. Naturally one side mounts to stud...
              by|Jan 2, 2023
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              A:  Thank you. You will need the WingIts compatible flange for stud-less installation; WingIts sold separately (SKU 147-567)

              by|Jan 14, 2023
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                A:  It has to be mounted at an angle to attach at next stud.

                by|Jan 8, 2023
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                  Q:Does this product come in textured black between 36" to 48"?
                  by|Nov 14, 2022
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                  A:  Thank you. This unit does not come in that finish.

                  by|Nov 16, 2022
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                    Defective screws enclosed
                    Bar is good. The enclosed screws are not cut deep enough to prevent these screwdriver from slipping. The instructions recommend a 1/8 inch drill bit but a larger drill bit is necessary to get the screws in. I had to go back and purchase hex head screws just to get the bar on the wall! Very frustrating!
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                      Looks great!
                      Great quality and easy to install
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                      Grab Bar
                      Easy to install and very sturdy!
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                      Sturdy grab bar for accessible bathroom
                      Ended up getting 4 of thee for various places in the bathroom remodeled for accessibility.
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                      I think this product is of good quality. I installed it vertically on the side wall of an elderly...
                      I think this product is of good quality. I installed it vertically on the side wall of an elderly relative's stall shower along with a 36" grab bar horizontally on the rear wall. Mounting to studs was not an option because of where they were located. I used Bosch GT3000 carbide tipped glass and tile bits to drill 1/2" holes through the ceramic tiles and backing, which worked really well. Bars were mounted to the wall using 1/4" Fliptoggles. I needed 8 total for the 2 bars. They came in a package of 10. As many people have reported, some get lost behind the wall. I lost 2, even being really careful installing them. So if you go this route, make sure you have some extras. I used 2" long 1/4"-20 stainless machine screws instead of the zinc coated steel ones that come with the Fliptoggles because of the wet location. Wingits could have been used but would have required 3/4" holes (which I thought might be more difficult to drill than 1/2") and they cost a lot more than the Fliptoggles and stainless machine screws ($60 vs. $15 total for 2 bars). Aside from losing a few Fliptoggles the installation went smoothly.
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                      I think this product is of good quality. I installed it on the rear wall of an elderly relative'...
                      I think this product is of good quality. I installed it on the rear wall of an elderly relative's stall shower along with a 24" grab bar on the side wall. Mounting to studs was not an option because of where they were located. I used Bosch GT3000 carbide tipped glass and tile bits to drill 1/2" holes through the ceramic tiles and backing, which worked really well. Bars were mounted to the wall using 1/4" Fliptoggles. I needed 8 total for the 2 bars. They came in a package of 10. As many people have reported, some get lost behind the wall. I lost 2, even being really careful installing them. So if you go this route, make sure you have some extras. I did use 1/4"-20 stainless machine screws instead of the zinc coated steel ones that come with the Fliptoggles because of the wet location. Wingits could have been used but would have required 3/4" holes (which I thought might be more difficult to drill than 1/2") and they cost a lot more than the Fliptoggles and stainless machine screws ($60 vs. $15 total for 2 bars). Aside from losing a few Fliptoggles the installation went smoothly.
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                      Excellent product gives rock solid support in my newly installed American Standard shower stall.
                      Excellent product gives rock solid support in my newly installed American Standard shower stall.
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                      DIY Drilling and Secret Tips
                      The final result is satisfactory even great but a few problems came up during installation. Google search and Youtube videos really helped solve them. The instructions state 1/8 inch drill bit but the screws are bigger. We bought 1/8 inch carbide tip for tile but screws were too big so I tried skinnier screws. Initial start hole was difficult from slipping on the tile plus one carbide tip broke off. After watching expert DIY professionals, using masking tape and 2 types of drill bits made it much easier. We bought more carbide drill bits but with 4 different sizes. I redid the holes using 3/16 carbide tile tip to drill thru tile then changed to #12 wood drill tip for wood. After the bigger holes were drilled, I used instant glue on the screw shafts to adhere to the inside wall or they would be loose. (The instructions really should have recommended a size in between the 1/8 inch drill tip and the larger screws in the package.) This was for our mother and it saved us some money for labor by doing it.
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                        BUYER BEWARE!
                        Purchaesd this grab bar, the Wingits anchors, and Wingits drill bit, as the packaging for the grab bar indicated that it was Wingits compatible. All items were merchandised together and the use of a specific wall anchor SHOULD indicate that these products have been tested to determine that they are, in fact, compatible. This is not the case. Shame on Home Depot for such misleading packaging and display! To make the system work, I had to break apart the anchor system and use indelendently - but the end result still shows the location of 3 of the 4 anchors. Only able to include one photo with this review
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                          Best decision i have made for safety
                          As a senior i have needed a grab bar for a while To keep my balance. I was actually using the shower curtain. This Glaclier Bay grab bar took some planning to get both ends into studs but installed perfectly by following directions. I even installed the towel hook to avoid reaching over to the vanity for towel. Handy man wanted $300.00, i did it for price of bar and hook. Less then $50.00. Bar is stainless with stainless screws and solid as a rock. Never felt more safe!!!
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