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Older Jacuzzi Parts (Switching gold to chrome)

Posted by teched (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 10, 13 at 18:59

I moved into a house with a Jacuzzi bathtub in the master. The bathroom was built in the mid 1980s. The tile was a nice stone and has held up pretty well. Although we don't use the jacuzzi, we do take showers in it, and the bath tub itself looks ok. We are planning to spruce up the bath a little with a new vanity and toilet and would like to switch out the gold jacuzzi trim for chrome or nickle. I have looked on the internet, but I cannot seem to find any sources. Has anyone else done this?The jets have a gold trim that just pops off, so they are fine, but there are a few other knobs and handles that are really gold.


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RE: Older Jacuzzi Parts (Switching gold to chrome)

Did you call Jacuzzi?


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RE: Older Jacuzzi Parts (Switching gold to chrome)

Hi teched! I was wondering the same thing, so I went over to the jacuzzi site to check it out. I couldn't find anything specific to trim, but if you're keen on it, they have a dealer locator at the bottom of the each page on the site. i was looking for a way to chat with someone on the website, but that was the closest I could get.

They have a separate dealer locator page too -

Here is a link that might be useful: Jacuzzi Dealer Locator

This post was edited by Roberta.Madison on Mon, Nov 25, 13 at 20:27


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