The Towel Access Shower Door is an internal panel on a glass shower door that allows a user to obtain a towel without opening the main shower door.
Inventor J. Logan Pyeatt of Rockport, MO has created an internal panel on a glass shower door that allows a user to obtain a towel without opening the main shower door.
Towels remain outside a shower or bath enclosure while bathing. Then, a user must open the door, step out, and grab a towel. This can cause a large amount of water to be deposited on the floor, potentially leading to one slipping and falling, and clean up tasks at the least. With ones towel outside of the shower, a user is often met with cold air as they reach for their towel in the bathroom. Some users may place a towel over the top of the shower door, but then the towel often becomes wet. Inventor Pyeatt has created a means by which access to a towel after bathing can be provided without these issues.
This clever new invention reduces clean up tasks. It is perfect for new construction. It is great for bathroom remodeling and ideal in upper-price scale homes. The device is easy to manufacture. The use of the Towel Access Shower Door allows one to easily access a towel for drying after a shower or bath, but without the necessity of getting out of the shower or getting the floor wet.