Kit #: 804802 Size: Large (one size only) Colour: Beige Availability: IN STOCK
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The CleanCut Ultra-Low was specially designed for higher profile acrylic or fiberglass bathtubs. Using the CleanCut Ultra-Low conversion kit you can easily convert your existing acrylic or fiberglass tub in just hours! The CleanCut Ultra-Low is the answer for anyone having a hard time getting in and out of their higher profile bathtub.
Installs in 2-3 hours
Use your existing bathtub
Converts your existing tub to a step-in shower
Removes 13.25" from the top and is 24" wide
Fits tubs up to 6" top tub rail width
Fits tubs up to 7.25" at bottom (14.75" down on inside)
Built-in non-skid pad
CleanCut Ultra-Low beige (kit #804802)
2 part support box structure
2 tubes of industrial grade waterproof adhesive
Adhesive angle extension
Cardboard cutting template
Ships Out Within 1 Business Day
Sizing & How-To
CleanCut Ultra-Low DIY Tub Cutout Kit - Beige - Large
CleanCut Ultra-Low DIY Bathtub to Step-in Shower Cutout Kit.
Converts Your Existing Deep Soaker Tub to a Step-in Shower!
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You'll be getting the original award winning CleanCut brand of bathtub safety products.
We offer four bathtub accessibility product choices depending on your needs and your tub.
Whether you have a steel, fiberglass or cast iron bathtub it can be converted to a step-in shower or a walk-in.
We've partnered with over a 100 professional independent installers across Canada who install our CleanCut products in your area.
Our products are installed for about 20% of the cost of a tub renovation.
Our CleanCut bathtub accessibility solutions provide easier bathtub access in only hours.
The Imperial Bathrooms Difference!
Fully Installed in 2-3 Hours!
Use Your Existing Bathtub!
Experienced Installers Near You
Award Winning Bath Safety Products
Multiple Product Choices
Save $1000's vs Remodeling