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30" or 32" wide kids' bathtub

Posted by tovster (My Page) on
Thu, May 8, 14 at 22:12

i'm remodeling the kids' bathroom. i can put in a 30" or 32" tub, and I can't decide which.

do those 2 inches make a real difference?

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RE: 30" or 32" wide kids' bathtub

you would have to look at the interior dimensions of the tubs you are considering.

RE: 30" or 32" wide kids' bathtub

i'm looking at the maax rubix. i'm just wondering if those 2 inches really make a difference.

RE: 30" or 32" wide kids' bathtub

the 30" one has a 23 3/8" wide interior, the 32" has a 25 3/8" interior. I would go with the 32"

RE: 30" or 32" wide kids' bathtub

Yes. They really make a difference--more elbow room when showering.

RE: 30" or 32" wide kids' bathtub

For more elbow room when showering, try a curved shower rod with a shower curtain.

In our house, bathtubs are only used for bathing little kids. They don't need even the smallest of regular tubs. So we put in the cheapest cast iron tub that fit in our spot. If your tub will only be used for bathing small children, I wouldn't sweat the interior dimensions.

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