Empty bathtub with regular faucet only
Material: Pure Acrylic
Frame: Stainless steel frame under tub;
Finish: White color
|Model No.||DH056||Finish||White color|
||1400*1400*690|| Unit volume
| Cabinet finish
||Lacquer/ Customized||Material||Pure acrylic|
|Frame||Stainless steel frame under tub||Place of origin||Zhejiang,China|
|Fitting||Faucet (Optional)||Shipping port||Ningbo / Shanghai|
|Material feature|| 1.Empty bathtub with regular faucet only
| 2.Acrylic material
| 3.The thickness of acrylic board is at least 3mm
| 4.Frame: Stainless steel bracket in the bottom
| 5.Faucet: brass body shower faucet
| Additional function available
||1.Whirlpool pump for jaccuzi|
|2.Air pump for bubbles|
|5.Computer control panel with radio|
|7.LED Underwater Lights|
|How to maintain your bathtub the right way|| 1.Give it a quick rinse after each use.
| 2.Spray it down with a gentle cleanser each week.
| 3.Flush out and clean its jets every month or so.
| 4.Scrub the entire tub each month.
| 5.Remove stains as necessary.
Thermostatic controls with 4 temperature settings, but also includes a heater for warm water
Comes with an acrylic cover that can be used when not in use to keep the water fresh and clean
1. What types of bathtubs are classified by material
2. What are the precautions for installing the bathtub
Q: I do not want to replace my tub but I want to change the color what can I do?
A: There are some decent tub refinishing kits out there for the DIY and also some tub refinishing companies.
Q: Why does my tub make a gurgling sound when I drain it?
A: Your tub may not be vented properly or if it is winter, your vent could be fully or partially blocked with ice.
Q: If my plumbing vent is blocked with ice how do I deal with it?
A: Pour some boiling hot water down it from up on the roof. Do this safely!
Q: I am redoing my bathroom, what should I use on the walls in the bathtub area?
A: I recommend using backer board for at least the first 12" above the tubs top edge, then moisture and mould resistant drywall everywhere else.
Q: I have a cast iron tub and I want to replace it but how do I remove the heavy cast iron one?
A: Cover the old tub with a heavy blanket then hit it with a heavy sledge hammer to break it into more manageable size pieces.
Q: I want to remove my old tub and someone said I will have to remove some drywall from around it to do so, is that true?
A: Yes. The only way to remove most bath tubs is to remove the wall coverings around it because it is installed right back to the framing around it. The exception would be a drop-in style tub that is mounted into a platform .It should lift out.
Q: I want to replace the silicone sealant around the top of my tub, what is the best way to do this?
A: After you have removed all the old silicone, fill the tub with water to about 1" below the overflow cover. This helps settle the tub down to a similar position as if it was half full and someone was in it .Then apply your new silicone seal all the way around and let it sit overnight before draining.
Q: What’s your factory?
A: Our factory is located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, where is close to Shanghai or Ningbo port.
Q: How long for the new order to produce?
A: Normally the lead time is about 45~50days for a full 40’HQ.
Q: What’s your MOQ for one design?
A: We are the manufacture, not retailer, so the MOQ is 15pcs for each size.
HANGZHOU CITY, ZHEJIANG,
Mob: +86 135 8805 8726