Chrome finish for a bright, cool grey metallic look
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Sep 26, 2017
Rub a dub dub, I have a grab bar in my tub. Nothing like something to grab to get in and out of ...
Rub a dub dub, I have a grab bar in my tub. Nothing like something to grab to get in and out of the tub. I have a rubber mat, but the porceline is still slippery getting in. The finish on it is great, it leaves no water marks or residue.. I had it installed vertically on a wall beam, Handy Man said ot was an easy install. He said first he had to drill holes through the wall tiles and did the rest with a galvanized wood screw.
A great product from the world renowned manufacturer, Moen. It is really a great product that can...
A great product from the world renowned manufacturer, Moen. It is really a great product that can should be installed in the shower, if there is a an elderly person in the house: it can really help them have a support during the shower.
It has great architectural features and has a polished, traditional look. The classic lever handles, a tapered spout and globe give this a universal appeal.
I love the fact that Moen is dedicated to designing and delivering beautiful products that last a lifetime.
The brushed nickel finish on steel provides a lightly brushed warm grey metallic look.It is very safe to be installed in the wet shower since it is made of corrosion resistant stainless steel.
The brushed nickel effect of this 24 inch X 3.25 inch escutcheon gives off a dull shine that is not at all disagreeable whilst soaking in the tub.
The assembly is quite straight forward other than the three small screws that hold the decorative cover. I did find one out of the three at each end a little difficult using the small supplied wrench key, but only because I couldn’t see it due to the restrictive space.
Because the bathroom wall is primarily a shower cubical that is alongside the tub, I opted to use 1/8 X 2 inch toggle bolts due to the ½ inch gap between the molded Vikrell material and the dry wall. To test the strength, I lay down in the tub and lifted my whole 200 Lbs. off the base with no problems at all to the fixings. Having two elderly people with one preferring the use the shower and the other the soak in the tub gives me confidence that all is good.
I did drop one of the tiny wrench screws and of course it hit the side of the tub, did a double somersault, spun around numerous times and despite my desperate and yet feeble attempt, only helped it to find its way down the drain hole. Why I was not surprised? It was then; after the proverbial horse had bolted did I cover the drain. It is an excellent idea therefore that the manufacturer supplied two spare ones in the kit.
An excellent grab bar with all the hardware.