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    Yes that will be good Fru! I've forgotten to take a before picture so I'm hoping I can get one done today x

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    Ah - wish I'd taken pictures!
    I don't now know how I/we managed pre wet room.
    Hope the work goes well for both of you.
    Love Bern x

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    Thanks Bern. I'm desperate for it now. Had to wash hair this morning over bath. Jesus it's exhausting!! X

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    All stripped out now!
    Fru xx

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    Wet room in progress. Just pipe work done so far. Has anyone got experience of a body dryer? Seriously thinking getting one as it's so exhausting I find drying myself, I need a lie down afterwards!

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    Hi Pink,
    I haven’t heard of a body dryer. I put on a long towelling dressing gown and sit in a comfy chair for a good half hour after a shower!
    Glad the works are going well.
    Bern x

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    It's a dryer which fits in the corner of the shower. I do that with my dressing gown and put it on my walker which has a seat. (bathroom too small for a chair) I'm thinking of being prepared for the future as it is effecting my right hand now. Managed to find one online for 375 with vat exemption.

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    Hi Pink,

    I've only ever seen them in the gym - the kids loved them!

    Aren't they designed for drying standing people? IDK if they'd work well if one is seated?

    Maybe there are some which do, although I've no idea how your nooks & crannies would get dry!

    I just sit and a carer washes, dries, then dresses me - who knew there'd be advantages to having useless arms

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    I only know one person whith a body dryer sorry he says it's the worst thing he ever bought . No idea what make it is and why he speaks so badly about it but I meet him next week and can ask what ever you want to know

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    Sorry Pink, just saw you said your bathroom is too small for a chair - I hope you didn't mean it is too small for a wheeled shower chair / commode??
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