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Looking for a simple non-permanent way to stop splash/overflow onto the floor outside a wheel chair accessible ( corner) shower when others are using it. Was thinking rubber tubing etc to create a false "lip" that can be moved afterwards etc but any suggestions welcome. Cheers.
 

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Google ADA shower accessories-----there is a rubber shower curb available that will stop the stray water and even allow the wheelchair to roll over it----
 
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When my daughter was young she had a school project of designing a disabled user friendly bathroom. We designed the whole floor to drain, convenient grab bars, seat, and accessible controls and shower on flexible tubing, and oversized entry door. Great for cleaning the floor too.

She got an A+++
 
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