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Price history for SlipX Solutions Bottomless Bath Overflow Drain Cover Adds Inches of Water to Tub for Warmer, Deeper Bath (Clear, 4" Diameter)
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  • $7.99 - April 28, 2021
  • $8.99 - April 20, 2021
  • $10.99 - January 12, 2021
  • $9.99 - January 3, 2021
Since: January 3, 2021
  • Highest Price: $10.99 - January 12, 2021
  • Lowest Price: $7.99 - April 28, 2021
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Product Features:

  • An easy way to increase the depth of your bath water safely.
  • Adheres with suction cups to seal securely around the overflow drain.
  • 4” diameter with a 2″ depth. Fits over common overflow drain: toggle/trip lever, flat, or snap drain types.
  • Easy to clean: just rinse and air dry or toss it in the top rack of the dishwasher.
  • Mildew resistant, soft and flexible design.

Product Description:

SlipX Solutions Bottomless Bath Overflow Drain Cover has been designed to increase the depth of your bathwater. Its size makes it fit all primary overflow drains, whether it is a simple task, level, or switch. It has a delicate and adaptable structure. You will henceforth appreciate a warm and more profound bath. It has 12 suction cups that keep the deep tub set up. You can even place it in the top rack of the dishwasher to clean it.

Makes Our Item One Of a Kind

We tune in to our clients when they mention to us what might make their lives simpler. We’re sufficiently little to respond to their requirements and structure bathroom items that are remarkable in size, shading, and shape. We top off the entirety of our items with a client care group that conveys a single encounter.

We Love What We do?

In the expressions of our clients, we helped ‘wellbeing up’ a bathroom after a total hip substitution, changed a ‘horrendous condo tub’ into a loosening up bath, and made ‘bath time fun once more!’ We plan bathroom/shower accomplices to make the lives of our clients and their friends and family somewhat better.

Bath Overflow Drain Cover Short Buying Guide

Before you purchase a bath overflow drain cover drain plug, there are a couple of tips you should remember, for example,


You will discover bath overflow drain cover plugs in an assortment of sizes. On the off chance that the cap is little, it will bring about spillage. Odds are it might even stall out in the drain. Then again, if the lid is excessively enormous, it won’t fit into the pipe in the first place. Before you purchase the cap, measure the size of your waste to ensure it fits.


Made of either fiberglass or acrylic, plastic bath overflow drain covers offer the best plan adaptability since they can be formed into numerous shapes. It’s warm to the touch and protects well, so water doesn’t cool as quickly as in enameled-steel bath overflow drain covers or cast-iron tubs. Plastic is additionally the lightest tub, tipping the scales at 60-70 pounds. Even though it doesn’t chip effectively, rough cleaners will harm the surface.

Enameled Steel

Formed steel bath overflow drain covers with a porcelain-enamel coating are the least expensive tubs. Be that as it may, the material has drawbacks: Steel conducts heat, meaning tub water cools rapidly; the surface is inclined to chipping, and it weighs about twice as much as plastic.


Cast-iron tubs, similar to steel, are covered with enamel. Be that as it may, they don’t chip as effectively as steel because the enamel coating is thicker than on steel tubs, and cast iron is progressively solid and impervious to impacts. From the start, a cast-iron container will pull heat from the water; however, once it heats up, it will keep water warm for quite a while. Cast iron’s fundamental downside is its weight, 380-560 pounds, which may entangle second-floor tub establishments.


Cast-polymer tubs customarily repeat the vibe of marble, stone, or onyx, and they’re accessible in a scope of intense hues. Cast polymer costs somewhat more than acrylic; nonetheless, its surface doesn’t stand up too. With time, the gel-coat finish on cast-polymer tubs can get fragile and uncover the material underneath, prompting splits.

Exclusive Composites

Moderately new participants to the commercial bath center, exclusive composites incorporate overwhelming measure steel, porcelain enamel, and tars. These bath materials join to make a tub that offers all the advantages of cast iron with a large portion of the weight. For more data on purchasing a bath, read our anecdote about the materials most customarily used to make a tub.


Cost is always a significant factor to consider when purchasing a bath plug. Metal plugs are typically expensive though the ones produced using silicone are an affordable alternative.