Why I Love Bathtubs (The New Yorker)

The New Yorker’s recent cover story on bathtub owners and the growing popularity of plastic baths is a welcome development in an industry that has long struggled to maintain its image as a safe, functional alternative to conventional fixtures.The magazine reported that “the American public is beginning to see the wonders of this new luxury, as the vast majority of […]

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How to Create Your Own Custom Bathtub Drawing with Sculpture from ‘Frozen’

Sculpting is one of those things that just happen.We all do it for a living, or we just like doing it for fun.It’s a hobby.It might even be a career.Here are 10 ways you can make your own custom bathtub drawing.Sculpturing is one (or more) of those ideas that just happens.We can all agree that you have to be creative.We […]

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When you buy a bathtub drain: It’ll come with an extra piece of hardware

The article title You’ll have to pay a little more for your tub drain.It will have an extra drain piece, like a drain stoppers, which you can replace if it breaks.It’ll have a drain valve, and it will have a water-tight door.And the piece of plastic or metal inside it will be the only thing holding it in place.You’ll pay […]

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When your bathroom tub faucets are fake

It’s been more than a decade since a single water heater was built in the United States.But the real-life technology is in the works, with a $1.9 billion federal grant earmarked to build new water-faucet fixtures.The water heater will be installed on public and private buildings, as well as in commercial facilities such as restaurants and apartments.The $1 billion project, […]

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