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Artificial Stone Bathtub

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The bathtub is one of the most permanent fixtures in every home that sees daily use. That’s why your bathtub should always be reliable and durable. Bathtub manufacturers understand this appeal and have produced a variety of styles, features and shapes to match any taste and budget.

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What is the average cost to replace a bathtub?

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The typical cost range to replace a tub is $1,435 to $7,246, and the national average is $4,340. Still, your actual cost will depend on the type of bathtub selected, whether plumbing adjustments will be necessary, and the going rate of labor.

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What is the difference between a soaking tub and regular tub?

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Deeper than the average bathtub, soaking tubs are designed to offer the ultimate in relaxation by allowing you to fully submerge. When it comes to size, soaking tubs blow regular tubs out of the water, with some topping out at 90 inches in length and 76 inches in width—big enough to accommodate two bathers.

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What is a good depth for a bathtub?

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Standard tub depths allow for approximately 12” of water; soaking tubs should offer at least 14” or more so that the water covers the majority of the bather's body. To determine water depth, measure the tub from the bottom (interior) to the overflow drain.

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What is a "3-wall alcove tub"?

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3-wall alcove tub-shower combinations are the most common tub type and are designed to maximize space. The unfinished ends usually get sandwiched between an exterior wall and a handy built-in storage cabinet. A wall-mounted shower is a typical accompaniment.

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What is a "Drop-in tub"?

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Drop-in tubs are the tub shell only. They're fitted inside a framed enclosure that's finished to match bathroom cabinets or tile. An enclosure is a separate item, so budget accordingly.

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What is a "Undermount tub"?

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Undermount tubs are drop-ins destined for floor-level installation. Flooring, such as tile, covers the lip of the tub.

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What is a "Corner tub"?

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Corner tubs are variations on the alcove and drop-in designs. Their large, squarish proportions are conducive to dual bathing.

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What is a "Freestanding tub"?

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Freestanding tubs feature a sculpted bathing bowl on a solid base or a cradle.

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What is a "Clawfoot tub"?

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Clawfoot tubs invoke images of a grand Elizabethan era of soaking. The signature legs support tubs that are especially deep. "Slipper"-type designs feature a high back for supporting the head and neck.

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How do I get my bathtub white again?

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Make a bathtub cleaner paste of one part hydrogen peroxide to two parts baking soda (or cream of tartar). Rub the paste on the stain and let stand for 30 minutes to one hour, then wipe and rinse. If necessary, repeat until the stain is gone.

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How do I deep clean a bathtub?

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Mix ½ cup bleach into about a gallon of water. Using a sponge, coat the tub's surface with the bleach and water solution and wait 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, scrub the surface with the sponge, paying special attention to the tougher stains. Rinse the tub with cold water, being careful not to splash the bleach.

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