The Shower Step Drain works to improve the safety of stepping in or out of a bathtub
Inventor Jeremy M. Beachy of Fredericksburg, OH has created a device that improves the safety of stepping in or out of a bathtub.
When exiting the bathtub after bathing, water dripping off the body can create a dangerous slipping hazard. Pooling water can cause a user to slip on the step and possibly injure themselves. This can be a serious problem for anyone, especially children, the elderly or those maneuvering around with an injury. Also, pooling water can attract bacteria, mildew, or water-borne pests.
Inventor Beachy was inspired to create the Shower Step Drain after struggling to get in and out of the shower with a broken leg. He had to balance on one foot to dry off and realized there needed to be a safer way to do it.
This clever new invention features a non-slip surface. A user stands on the steps drain to relieve excess water. This eliminates wet floors. The product is a great assistive device. It is easy to manufacture.