I work for a manufacturer of bathmats (bathmat lies in bathtub and emits heated airbubbles for massage). Our bathmats come with suction cups to hold them in the tub. I now hear from some people that the suction cups don’t work on texturized bathtubs. — I have never seen a texturized bathtub. Can someone tell me who makes texturized bathtubs and give me an estimate (best guess) as to how many households in the US might have one of those? Are we talking 50% or 5% here?
Hopefully EVERY single home would have texturized bathtubs as this would prevent accidental falls do to slipping ANY TUB that doesn’t have this cheap protection SHOULD have it THANK YOU Chris for bringing this serious problem to light EVERYONE should go out and get NON Skid for your tubs and showers.