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bathtub

A tub for bathing, usually a fixed plumbing installation designed for one person.
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In addition to maintaining independence by allowing seniors to remain in their homes, a walk-in bathtub can provide a host of benefits.
"Bathtubs and unattended babies are a deadly combination.
A new Japanese process for molding synthetic-marble bathtubs is available for licensing from Hoxan America.
Protecting bathtubs from damage along with keeping the tubs from being used as trash cans during the construction phase is another priority.
While studying these bathtub rings near the moon's lakes, scientists from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization came across minerals that are not found on Earth.
Someone who could experience difficulty stepping over a high bathtub would certainly have issues with the "before" bathroom.
"Restoria bathtubs are handcrafted to mimic the look of Old-World cast-iron bathtubs of yesteryear," Michael says.
Rebecca Smith, founder of Safe Hands UAE, which offers certified first aid training courses to ensure the safety of children, said, "Burns and scalds are the most common injuries that take place in bathtubs. They happen because the water is too hot and the tap is turned on without checking the temperature."
This could also be attributed to the fact that bathtubs are also rare in India and Pakistan and most people bathe in stand-in showers.
They specialize in creating a high-end and luxury kitchen and bathroom faucets, shower systems, and bathtubs that could easily be described as works of art.
For nearly forty years, the residents of Nome have turned out to witness brave souls racing bathtubs down Nome's Main Street from the Post Office to City Hall.
"It goes to show we will have the whole range of boats at the show, from yachts fit for millionaires to bathtubs!," said Davina Carey-Evans, from show organisers Sbarc.