59.5 inch Acrylic Clawfoot Slipper Tub - SLA60A-702
Availability: In stock
Are you interested in a roomy bathtub? Imagine that our striking 59.5 inch Acrylic Slipper Tub gives a genuine air of high-end charm to themed room. Anyone will certainly look forward to relaxing in the bath tub like no other! Select any one of our fabulous Acrylic Slipper bath tubs for your condo & it will end up being the center piece of your Bathroom.
- Item: Acrylic Bathtub
- Color: White
- Tub Weight: 200 pounds
- Clawfoot Tub
- Water Capacity: 54 Gallons
- Slipper Tub
- Water Depth: 14" (to the rim)
- Tub is available with No faucet holes or 7 inch rim holes
- Warranty: The bathtub has a one (1) year warranty on the acrylic and exterior hand-painted finish.
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Tips On Cleaning Your Acrylic Tub:
The following are recommendations on how you must cleanse your brand-new acrylic tub. Add some lukewarm water in to the tub and put in some soft soap to the water, approximately 3 or 4 squirts. Work with a soft wash cloth to wash the bath tub down. Drain water and always rinse the entire tub to get rid of any kind of scum from the soap.
One more product that functions well cleaning an acrylic bath tub is Kaboom Foam-Tastic Bathroom Cleaner with Oxi Clean. This product absolutely works. Splash the tub with water, spray the Kaboom throughout the bath tub. You will see that the Kaboom is purple. When the bathtub is spotless, the Kaboom is going to be white. After the Kaboom is white clean it with a soft washcloth and flush it well.
A large number of non-abrasive products are going to get the job done well. Just examine the cleanser label to see if there is a professional recommendation opposing using on acrylic.
The Tub Connection does not endorse any product and everyone needs to verify product appropriateness before using.
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- Facing Winter
- It gets cold here in the winter. This tub is going to be my refuge during the dark winter months. I finally have a way of dealing with the January Blues! I think I am going to go take a bath now! (Posted on 11/17/2017)