Basins tend to vary between 22- and 25-inch widths; this can also affect which trays will fit inside your tub and how wide the ledges are on either side. We primarily tested with a smaller-than-average tub that was 28 inches wide from wall to outer edge, with a 22-inch basin. The ledge on either side of this tub, where the trays rest, was about 3 inches wide. (You can see an image of the tub we tested in below. The rest of the photographs for this guide were shot in a different tub, noted under each pick.) We know a lot of tubs sometimes barely even have a ledge on the wall side, though, which could mean a bath tray will not work for you, no matter how wide your tub is. While you measure, you’ll also want to check for any other features in your tub that could get in the way. Some tubs, like my own pictured below, have a grab bar molded into the inner wall, which means I can only place bath trays on either side of this handle.
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