Women Bathroom Door Sign with Female Gender Symbol and Text
Women's Bathroom Door Sign with Tactile Text - 12" x 12" Circle
Womens Bathroom Door Sign with Female Gender Symbol and Text, optional Braille - 12" x 12" Circle
Customers who want wording in addition to a gender symbol can use this women-only wheelchair accessible restroom door sign with text. Braille can also be added to this bathroom door sign.
It is recommended that Braille only be used on a sign placed on the wall adjacent to the latch-side of the bathroom door. This is so a person would not have to stand in the doorway to read Braille on a bathroom door sign. For that wall-mounted sign, use our ADA-1020 Women Restroom Tactile Braille Sign
Note: In California, please check with any inspector on your project to be sure they will accept text and/or braille on restroom door signs. View a Female Only Restroom Door Sign that is California Title 24 Compliant
ADA Restroom Signs from ADA Sign Depot
- ADA compliant non-glare matte finish
- Tactile (1/32 inch raised) Male pictogram and One Inch High Text
- Geometric Triangle shape to indicate Male Only Bathroom
- Sturdy 1/4-inch thickness
- Our ADA signs come with foam mounting tape. However, due to sign weight, movement of the door, and/or paints and surfaces that interfere with some adhesives, ADA bathroom/restroom door signs should be mounted using mechanical fasteners (hardware), or a silicone adhesive such as Lexel Caulk
- This ADA sign can be ordered with pre-drilled 3/16" mounting holes. Choose regular mounting holes, or counter-sunk mounting holes. Signs with drilled holes ship in 5-7 business days. Mounting hardware is not included with signs. Mounting hardware suitable for whatever surface material you will be mounting your signs on can be purchased at Home Depot, Lowes, or other hardware suppliers.
- Click to view or download our ADA Sign Mounting Guide
- Restroom Door Signs with Wording or Braille are generally NOT compliant with California's Title 24 restroom/sanitary room rules. If this sign is to be used in California, you should get the project inspector's approval before purchasing.
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