Step Inside This Walk-in Bathtub by MAXX Professional
Nov 11, 2010 18:07
MAXX Professional presents this really interesting bathtub idea for those with small bathrooms:
This 55-inch walk-in bathtub features safety rails, a slip resistant surface, and chrome waste with chrome overflow. The contoured seat makes for an elevated back rest which allows you to remain comfortable and relaxed regardless of the bathtub's size. You can also customize it by adding a whirlpool heater, chromotherapy light system, and water heater.
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