Cleaning with gentle hands
BACK pain affects one in three people in the UK, UK according to Bupa. Bupa And it can make bathing, and cleaning the bathroom, tricky chores.
Now that the clocks have gone forward, many of us are considering a bit of spring cleaning. But Rome wasn’t built in a day – and it certainly doesn’t have to be cleaned in a day either. So take your time and clean sections of the bathroom, taking breaks to protect your back.
Walk-in baths and walk-in showers need to be maintained with care, using gentle hands. Clean the fixtures and surfaces with a soft pad which isn’t too abrasive. Thankfully, baths and showers made with mobility in mind are often designed for easy cleaning, sometimes including coatings that minimise limescale and marks.
A walk-in bath features low-entry access and wide opening doors. So if you have trouble lifting your legs, you can still enjoy the benefits of a regular bath, but with extra protection.
A curvy designer grab rail will add to your safety. And you might like to incorporate chromotherapy underwater lighting or a massaging hydrotherapy spa system to make your bathroom a relaxing place you’ll never want to leave. Alternatively, a walk-in shower will make bathing more enjoyable, enjoyable while helping to keep you safe. safe Not having to climb in and out of a highsided bath can make all the difference to bathing confidence.
Or if you are not keen to make major changes to the bathroom, a bath lift could help. With the latest belt lifts, a neat unit is installed on the wall by the bath.
A wide belt unfurls from it and is securely attached to a bracket on the floor at the other side of the bath.
Just slide onto the taut belt and use the control panel or remote to ease down into the water for a good soak.