Bath Safety Accessories
Hand held sprayer, shower sprayers, inflatable bath tub for bed and other bathing accessories
Hand-held shower kits or sprayers are attached to a long hose to help control the direction and flow of the water while bathing, especially when using a bath or shower curtain or door is not possible. Additional bathroom safety accessories may include tub spouts for use with a hand held shower sprayer or inflatable bathroom tubs or basins for bathing and/or hair washing for individiuals who cannot get out of the bed. The inflatable bath tub or basins allow you to bring the bathing and washing experience to the person in the bed!
How much is shipping?
Shipping is free in the Continental USA for all commodes and other products. Please contact us if you require shipping to Alaska or Hawaii.
What if I don't like it? What is your return policy?
Some products by law cannot be returned for hygienic reasons. For all others, we offer a 30-day return policy on most products. Damaged product may be returned and exchanged at no cost to you. All others will be shipped at the customer’s expense to the least costly location. A 15-20% restocking fee will also apply depending on the item. See our Policy page for more information.
You said you will match price if I found a cheaper price elsewhere. What do I need to do to get that low price?
Thank you for wanting to do business with us! This is explained in detail on our Policy page. First though, we like to advise customers that there may be hidden costs at other shopping sites such as shipping or tax. Or perhaps what you're looking at may not include options we include. Be sure you are comparing apples to oranges!
Do you bill Medicare?
In order to keep our costs down and offer greatly reduced prices, ADHME does not bill any insurance company. However, for certain products that Medicare may partially reimburse on a purchase (i.e., commodes, lift chairs, walkers and rollators), we do provide a detailed paid invoice which will include any product HCPCS billing codes. We suggest checking with your private insurance company about possible reimbursement from them with your paid receipt.