Woman who missed bathing after moving into a flat that was showered alone finds an ingenious solution by buying an inflatable boat from Amazon for £ 40
- Sharon Guichard, of Greenwich, revealed that she splashed on an inflatable pool
- She said she missed her bathtub in her new wet room, which only has a shower
- I bought the inflatable tub for just £ 40 and said it came with a plug
A woman who missed her soaking bath after moving to a new flat with a shower impressed Facebook users with her ingenious solution.
Sharon Guichard, who works in Greenwich, found a £ 40 inflatable tub on Amazon, which she installed in the wet room so she could enjoy a relaxing bath at home.
She shared pictures of the bath on the Extreme couponing and bargains UK Facebook group.
People loved her idea and praised Sharon’s ingenuity. Some noted that the bath can be particularly useful for parents of young children or those on a budget.
Sharon Guichard, who works in Greenwich, explained that she had missed the bath since moving into her new flat, which was shower-only
“I’ve really missed my baths since moving into a flat with only a wet room. I got this from Amazon for £ 40 and it’s great, ‘said Sharon, sharing a tub.
The inflatable, which is slightly larger than a normal bath, was propped up under Sharon’s shower.
The comfortable and practical bath was even equipped with a neck pillow, a cup holder and an inflatable tray table.
Many wondered how Sharon would empty the several gallons of water in the tub, but she explained that it was designed with an easy-to-empty system.
The tub retails for £ 40 and comes with a neck pillow and armrests and an inflatable tray table
Sharon explained that she missed bathing and found the inflatable online after reading good reviews
Her bath comes with a plug hole on the bottom for easy emptying of the water.
Several similar tubs can be found on Amazon. Some are equipped with a non-slip mat, several holes for inflation and deflation and can be folded for storage.
People liked the idea of Sharon, with many taking a shower alone and admitting that they miss bathing.
“You just saved my day, I just moaned that I’m missing a bath,” said another.
People liked the idea of Sharon. Some admitted they also missed bathing after moving into flats with showers
“Absolutely amazing the best,” one commented.
‘Fair game! I bet that’s comfortable, too, ”said one.
“That’s a great idea,” wrote another.
Some pointed out that the bath could be great for parents and those on a budget who couldn’t afford a real bath
Some pointed out that the bath would be particularly useful for parents.
OMG this is great, we have a physically handicapped daughter and we really struggle on vacation to bathe her because showers can remove her skin and cause too much pain. Invest in one of these, just hope it doesn’t weigh too much, “said one.
“There is a brilliant idea, especially people with children who don’t have the space or money to bathe,” said another.