liteshowerPortable, Wheelchair-accessible Shower Stalls

LiteShower Standard Model
Low-cost alternatives to roll-in showers and walk-in tubs

This model is our best seller. A person in a shower-wheelchair is rolled into the shower for bath. A person can also sit down on a bench inside the shower.

How it works:
  1. Place the self-supporting and collapsible shower tray on the floor
  2. If you are not using a shower wheelchair, place a plastic patio chair in the tray to sit down
  3. Get in the tray - tray collapses under any weight but bounces back automatically. Step onto the wall to collapse it if you want to roll in a chair
  4. Snap close together a pair of free-standing, folding shower screens around the tray. Screens have sliding shower curtains on all four sides. Tuck the bottom of the curtains into the tray
  5. Connect a handheld shower to your kitchen faucet with a single snap action. Control water temperature and flow at the faucet. Shower head has ON/OFF control button
  6. Take shower
  7. To drain waste water in the tray, you place a special water pump anywhere outside the tray. Pump has a suction hose going into the tray and a discharge hose that drains water into your sink or toilet. Pump can run dry and requires no prime - just plug in the power cord. You start the pump before the shower to minimize the water in the tray
  8. Snap open the shower screens and fold them away
  9. Get out of the tray
  10. Snap off the handheld shower from the faucet - your faucet goes back to normal use
  11. Fold the tray away
  12. Here is a breakdown of portable showers all the major compoments of LiteShower

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Warranty


All products are covered by the LiteShower product warranty.

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