Bath Mats New item for Tub Kids Cartoon Girl Bathro Bathtub Anti-Slip Mat Bath Mats New item for Tub Kids Cartoon Girl Bathro Bathtub Anti-Slip Mat Tub,Girl,for,$16,Mats,Mat,Bathtub,Anti-Slip,Bath,Bathro,Home Kitchen , Kids' Home Store , Kids' Bath,agracollegeagra.org.in,Kids,/acor333497.html,Cartoon $16 Bath Mats for Tub Kids Cartoon Girl Bathtub Mat Anti-Slip Bathro Home Kitchen Kids' Home Store Kids' Bath Tub,Girl,for,$16,Mats,Mat,Bathtub,Anti-Slip,Bath,Bathro,Home Kitchen , Kids' Home Store , Kids' Bath,agracollegeagra.org.in,Kids,/acor333497.html,Cartoon $16 Bath Mats for Tub Kids Cartoon Girl Bathtub Mat Anti-Slip Bathro Home Kitchen Kids' Home Store Kids' Bath

Bath Mats New item for Tub Kids Cartoon Girl Bathro Bathtub Anti-Slip Free Shipping New Mat

Bath Mats for Tub Kids Cartoon Girl Bathtub Mat Anti-Slip Bathro

$16

Bath Mats for Tub Kids Cartoon Girl Bathtub Mat Anti-Slip Bathro

|||

Product description

Color:05

If you are looking for a bath mat that is safe and non-slip and has fashionable and interesting patterns, then this bath mat from Xingruyun will be your perfect choice.

【Waterproof PVC】The shower curtain is made of waterproof PVC material, safe and odorless, soft and foldable, durable and not deformed.

【Suction cups and drain holes】 Our shower mat is equipped with 112 suction cups, which can be fixed on a smooth and clean surface to provide safety for babies, toddlers, children and the elderly while bathing. In addition, the bathroom mat contains 98 drainage holes, which can speed up the circulation of water and keep the mat dry.

【Just the right size】 The size of the bath mat is 40x71 cm/15.7x27.9 in, which can be fully adapted to any bathtub or shower. Very suitable for families, hotels, gyms, saunas, spas.

【Beautiful pattern】 There are colorful patterns on the front of the bath mat. The rich colors can be loved by children, stimulate their imagination, and enable them to concentrate on bathing.

【Machine washable】The bath mat is machine washable. Machine washing will not deform or damage the mat, saving you from laborious hand washing. Similarly, the printing and color of the mat will not fade after multiple machine washes.

【Warning】Fix the suction cup before each use. The mat can only be attached to a clean, smooth surface. Not suitable for textured or non-smooth surfaces. Do not use bath oil, it may cause slipping.

Bath Mats for Tub Kids Cartoon Girl Bathtub Mat Anti-Slip Bathro

CSUN

myNorthridgePortal

Sign In

Forgot: User ID or Password

Tech News

The IT Help Center provides technical support for the CSUN community. Learn how to obtain support by visiting the IT Help Center.

To reset your password, visit Garden Statues Silly Chicken Decor, Creative Resin Silly Chicken and log in with your CSUN user ID. Forgot your user ID? Visit Forgot User ID

News

Student COVID-19 Compliance Requirements


CSUN Pioneer Leaves a Legacy to Support Minority Students in Engineering and Computer Science

As the first African American to serve as a dean of engineering in the California State University system, Alfonso F. “Rick” Ratcliffe felt obligated — and made it his life’s mission — to support minority students in engineering. Ratcliffe devoted most of his career, first as professor and then eventually as dean of CSUN’s College of Engineering and Computer Science, to that mission. Continue reading about how Ratcliffe Leaves a Legacy to Support Minority Students .

Students Study Mars Soil for Signs of Ancient Life, in ARCS/NASA Project

Images by the wandering Mars rover, transmitted back some 39 million miles to Earth, show a barren landscape dotted with rocks and other natural formations. High-definition pictures of those surface elements are more revealing, exposing different patterns and textures within those structures. This summer, Rimma Hämäläinen, who is pursuing a master’s of science in mathematics, led a small group of CSUN students. Continue reading about how Students Study Mars Soil for Signs of Ancient Life .

Pandemic May Not Change Movie-Going Experience as Much as People Think

The pandemic and its impact on human interaction has changed the way many people do things—how they shop and how they socialize. But there is one area that California State University, Northridge film professor Nate Thomas is not too worried about, and that’s the movie-going experience. “At the moment we’re skeptical about what other people might be carrying, with how easily the COVID-19 virus can spread,” said Thomas. Continue reading about how Pandemic May Not Change Movie-Going Experience.

Recent CSUN Grads’ Documentary Named Finalist for Student Academy Awards

“Translucent” is a documentary that shows the raw reality of gender transitioning in a world where transgender representation is scarce and often inaccurate, giving a voice to someone who genuinely understands the struggle from personal experience. “I had the opportunity as a trans person and as a trans filmmaking student to tell my story, and tell it the right way,” said Avery Fox, co-creator and main subject of the documentary. Continue reading about Recent CSUN Grads’ Documentary Named Finalist .

CSUN President Celebrates New Initiatives, Focuses on Inclusive Excellence

CSUN President Erika D. Beck last week greeted the CSUN community — and welcomed students, faculty and staff returning to a partially reopened campus — in her annual Fall Welcome Address on Sept. 10. In kicking off the 2021-22 academic year that began Aug. 28, Beck set a tone of inspiration and challenge, reflecting the campus community’s focus on amplifying inclusive excellence and shaping a brighter future for Matador students. Continue reading about how CSUN President Celebrates New Initiatives.

More news at CSUN Today