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Do you have a large bathroom and want to make it your own private rest and relaxation area? Natural stone carved massive bathtubs create a unique focal point where you can plan everything according to your taste and wishes. Skillfully crafted bathtubs from natural stone bring all the natural beauty of stone to your bathroom without the immense weight.

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Is a stone tub the right choice for the bathroom?

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A natural stone bath tub is actually a more superior choice when compared with an acrylic tub. They can retain heat up to ten times to that of an acrylic bath tub as they have increased heat retention and are generally more durable. The thickness of the walls makes for a robust body and means they are well insulated.

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How much does a natural stone tub cost?

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The average price range of a natural stone bathtub is $5,000 – $15,000. Of course, it depends on the type of stone and the shape of the tub.

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Do stone bathtubs scratch?

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You needn't worry too much about minor cuts and scratches on the surface of your stone bath, as stone surfaces are renewable.

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Do natural stone bathtubs retain heat?

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The best heat-retaining materials for bathtubs are enameled cast iron, stone, stone resin, or wood, and usually, these are only available in freestanding models. Therefore, they should not be insulated due to aesthetics.

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How do I clean a stone bath tub?

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A quick wipe over with a clean cloth and clean water will get rid of deposits before they have a chance to dry on to the stonework. If a visible layer has built up on any surface of the bathtub, a gentle cleaning fluid can help - check the label before deciding what to use, and avoid anything too abrasive.

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