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FAQ about Bathtubs
Which Bathtub Material Is More Economical?
Basically, the material of the bathtub can be divided into the acrylic bathtub, fiberglass bathtub, enamelled cast iron bathtub, and stone bathtub. The latter two materials will cost more than the first two. The acrylic bathtub and fiberglass bathtub are the most common and cheap materials. In addition, there are wooden bathtubs on the market now, but they are difficult to maintain, so they are not recommended. Generally speaking, acrylic bathtub are sufficient for household use.
What Lengths Do Bathtubs Come In?
Generally, a 180-cm-long modern standard tub is able to comfortably fit everyone in the family, from kids to adults.
What To Measure Before Buying A Bathtub?
- Measure the length, width and height of the space where the bathtub is placed. Please note that if bathtub is near the door, you need to leave space to open and access the door.
- Measure the length and width of the inside of the bathtub. Please measure from the left to the right, moving down the middle of the bathtub to measure the two furthest points. To find the soaking depth of the bathtub, measure the deepest part of the inner wall of the bathtub from the bottom to the overflow.
- Measure the height and width of all porches and corridors to ensure that your new bathtub can be easily used in your bathroom on the day of delivery.
What is a Spa Bath?
Often seen as the ultimate luxurious experience, the spa bath uses jets of air to create a more relaxing bathing experience. More for enjoyment rather than washing, the intensity of the jets is controlled via knobs on the rim of the spa bath.