67 INCH WHITE ACRYLIC TUB - WE6821
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This contemporary tub has real style. Our WE6821 tub is a dual end type that is the same height all around the tub. The sides of the tub are rounded and taper significantly to the pedestal base of the tub. You will love this modern style of freestanding tub in your home. The rim of the tub is smooth and narrow all the way around the entire bathtub. You will love the clean sharp lines of this tub. The tub is not available with faucet holes, but it does come with an overflow hole and overflow cover.
Features of the WE6821 Contemporary tub:
- Pop-up drainer
- Comes with overflow
- Manufacturer provides 1 year warranty on defects
- 139 lb.
- Drain is located in the center
- 67'' L x 31.5'' W x 23.5'' D
- Chrome Popup Drain
- Plastic drain-pipe
- 75 gallon water capacity
- Rectangular Shape
- Contemporary Tub
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An Acrylic Tub Is Easy To Maintain:
Cleaning your acrylic tub is rather straightforward. Here are a few suggestions that are going to make your bathtub looking brand-new. Always work with as soft washcloth when cleaning the bathtub. Add some water to the tub and squish some Dawn or other dish soap or soft soap right into the water and cleanse the tub. Pull the plug and drain the water and always rinse with fresh water.
Kaboom Foam-Tastic Bathroom Cleaner is another product that truly does an excellent job of cleaning. Wet the tub and spray the Kaboom on it. The Kaboom is going to be purple when it hits the bathtub, however it is going to change into white to signify that the cleaning is done and you may then rub the tub with a soft dishrag. After that as usual, flush well with water.
The majority non-abrasive products will likely work well. Always take a look at the product label to see if there is a 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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