Shower Braille Sign

Shower Braille Sign


Shower Braille Sign for Easy Accessibility 

  • Made of 1/16” thick, rigid, non-glare acrylic sheet.  
  • ADA compliant with Grade 2 Braille. 
  • Shower Braille Sign is scratch, chemical, and vandal resistant. 
  • Meets the braille requirements for California's second grade. 

Shop Our Shower Braille Sign that are Made of Non-Glare Acrylic Sheet 

Introducing Shower Braille Sign, a navigational aid that points the way and provides essential information to your clientele who are visually impaired. These decals are perfect for any new business. In the corporate world, hotel chains, etc. 

The vandal-proof and scratch-resistant material used to create the Shower ADA Signs with Braille ensures that the signs will look and function as intended for years to come. They can also withstand chemical substances without being damaged. With a standard size of 6 inches by 9 inches, they can easily be tacked up on any flat surface, such as a door, wall, window, etc. 

ADA Compliant Braille Shower Room Signs in Contrasting Colors 

ADA Complaint Braille Shower Room Signs in accordance with ADA regulations, ADA-compliant braille signs are 1/16 "opaque, scratch- and vandal-proof acrylic. The matte ADA signs adhere to California regulations regarding the size, location, and spacing of braille. Braille level 2, pictograms, or a third of a dot. To ensure that as many people as possible can read them, they are typically written in raised Sans Serif or Simple Serif type font. 

Both black and white and grey and white can be used to create signs, with the contrasting colors drawing attention to the text. In order to ensure that the braille layout is consistent across all of our products, we only use raster braille clear acrylic beads that meet the most up-to-date federal ADA guidelines. For the sake of your company's security, So, what are you waiting for? Buy Shower Braille Sign, today! 

Disclaimer: All signs and banners content on is used for example purposes only. It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser to contact their local, city, or state government offices to obtain the legal requirements for any and all signs before having their signs printed.