|Posted by hj on January 17, 19101 at 23:52:36:|
|In response to Re: Center drain bathtubs -- long, narrow|
With acrylic bathtubs the rule is normally it the tub is symetrical and can be rotated for left or right drainage then the opening will be at the end. If it is assymetrical, such as a corner tub, then the drain will be in the center near the front edge.
: I would like to find a bathtub with a drain near the center, with a symmetrical shape,so you can sit at either end, preferably in a length longer than 5 feet (ideally 5 and a half), and width as close to 32 as possible and certainly no more than 36. Some jets would be nice, but we don't want one of those deep whirlpool monstrosities. Can anyone recommend sources? Thanks so much.
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