What is a reinforced bath?
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Likewise, people ask, do I need a reinforced bath?
Now, most baths tend to make from standard acrylic, but when it comes to a shower bath, we recommend using a reinforced acrylic. The reason for this is simple, your shower bath will be used more regularly than a normal bath, so naturally, it will need to be stronger.
Beside above, what is Trojancast? Trojancast is a substantial reinforcement process applied to an acrylic bath. This process gives the bath a green 'flow coat' which makes each bath being incredibly strong and hard-wearing.
Similarly, you may ask, what is a Tungstenite bath?
Tungstenite Baths. Our reinforced Tungstenite Acrylic baths give you the power of a heavy-duty bath - without the heavy-duty cost. Strengthened with an extra fibreglass layer, these 8mm baths offer a level of durability like no other and help retain heat for longer.
Are steel baths better than acrylic?
Acrylic baths are warmer to the touch than their steel counterparts. There's nothing like a nice warm relaxing soak in the cold, winter months, but lying back on cold, hard steel isn't quite the same. This said, steel is pretty good at transferring heat quickly, so it doesn't stay cold for long. Acrylic is non-porous.