A couple of months ago, I wrote a tutorial on how to install the Mira Safety Bar.
Today, I’m going to show you how to do it in your bathroom, so that you don’t have to.
I’m not going to explain how to take apart your bathroom door, or how to use a shower curtain to keep it locked, or any of the other things you might need to know if you’re building a bathroom.
(I am not, by the way, suggesting you install a bathroom security system, which I wrote about last month.
You can read about that here.)
What I’m about to do is show you what you need to do if you want to install your shower safety bracket.
It won’t be a tutorial, just a guide that you can use to figure out exactly how to build your own shower safety brackets, or just a basic tutorial.
If you don, you can check out the Miras tutorial to learn how to set up a bathroom safety bracket on a Raspberry Pi Zero.
(Don’t worry, you don and I will explain how you do it, and you can download a copy of the Mirs tutorial and use it for your own safety).
If you’re wondering, Mira also sells a full-length shower safety system that looks pretty cool.
So, if you’ve been waiting for a shower bracket for a while, here it is.
And if you need a shower security system but don’t want to build one, there are plenty of DIY shower safety systems out there, and we’ll go over all of them in detail in the next section.