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While it might be a little difficult to make the right decision when it comes to choosing the best cast iron baths, the decision can be made much easier by first understanding how they work. That way, when you’re finally going to be making your decision, you won’t feel uncomfortable doing so. With the right information reinforcing a purchase, the cast iron bath can be one of the best bathing experiences around.

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How comfortable are cast iron baths?

Considering the process of creating these cast iron bathtubs (the material is in the name after all), it’s understandable to think that this particular tub might not give the most comfortable bathing experience. However, there’s a reason the cast iron bath is considered to be one of the most luxurious things to add to one’s bathing experience, and that’s because the level of comfort is often second to none. It’s coated with a special enamel, which ensures that you don’t feel anything abrasive when bathing. Fortunately, no matter which choice you make, you can rest easy knowing that all of them provide a great deal of comfort.

What is the most common size for a cast iron bath?

Spacing is important when it comes to choosing the right bathtub, because not everyone has enough space to accommodate the largest tubs around. That said, the most common size for a cast iron bath is similar to the most common size for a bathtub in general. This translates to roughly 1700mm (length) x 700mm (width), or about five feet and six or seven inches. The reason for this particular size is because the most common size of a bathroom allows for these dimensions to sit comfortably wherever you want to place it. You’ll find that the cast iron bath’s dimensions aren’t much different from most other kinds of bathtubs.

What material are used for cast iron baths?

The process in which these types of bathtubs are made is rather interesting. It’s basically created by pouring molten iron into a mould in order to shape it like a bathtub. With this explanation, it might be a bit confusing because that would mean that the tub would look like iron, but it doesn’t. The reason for this is the special enamel coating that they place on the surface of the tub. This ensures that the bathtub functions similarly to more conventional types, while at the same time being the most durable of its kind. As a matter of fact, a cast iron bath can last decade after decade - which make it more than worth the money.

Armed with this information, it will be much easier to peruse the options for cast iron baths and choose your favourite straight away. A big reason why people have a difficult time choosing between these types of tubs is because of a general lack of understanding. However, realising that cast iron baths are not only similar to regular bathtubs but are also some of the highest quality pieces available, can go a long way to helping you with your decision to make that big purchase.
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