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bathtub

A tub for bathing, usually a fixed plumbing installation designed for one person.
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Among these include a blog with content from expert bathtub refinishing contractors, a photo gallery of completed projects, and a feedback section where customers can leave a review.
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However, his dreams were shattered by Guinness World Records, which says it only accepts attempts for 'Most rattlesnakes, bathtub sitting'.
He reckons, like many hoteliers, that customers actually prefer showers to bathtubs, in particular when investors have to save on space.
Warren started reglazing bathtubs from his home, but business really took off for him when he displayed a reglazed claw-foot bathtub with his business information at the RE Store.
The Kohler Company created new wholesaling and distribution systems to solve the problems of shipping heavy enameled-steel bathtubs, while its print advertising encouraged families to insist on a Kohler bathtub (purchased through their plumber or contractor) for their health and comfort.
It's a compact, lavishly photographed book with some of the most exotic bathrooms in the world, designed by the likes of Philippe Starck and Andree Putman for fashion kings such as Karl Lagerfeld, who apparently likes to hold court in his loo, as he's got upholstered chairs pulled up to the side of the bathtub.
Only in the puritanical society of turn-of-the-century Americana could a potent concoction of bathtub spirits, a delicate conical glass, and an olive meet.
Bathtubs are so common today that it is almost impossible to imagine a world without them.
A group of 31 companies manufacturing or selling whirlpool bathtubs announced Monday they have established unified safety standards following last year's fatal accidents involving defective drain covers for such baths.
The Spartan Shower Lounge Chair is a bath seat that rests securely on the edges of most bathtubs, so the user can sit on the seat and turn to enter or exit the tub, eliminating the need to stand.
Adult bathtubs used by small infants without an adult in attendance--not baby bath seats--are the hazard.