7 Things You Should Know About Copper Baths – Home Improvement Thursday

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7 things you should know about copper baths

Copper baths became a sought after item when copper became the it trend in home interiors. A copper bath definitely makes a statement in a bathroom, but is it the right choice for you?

Here are 7 things you should know about copper baths.

1. Copper baths are expensive. If you’re looking to install one of these beauties in your bathroom, expect to pay big bucks for one. The average price of a copper bath is around $4,500 – $6,000 +.

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Double Slipper Solid Copper Bath from Copper Bath Australia $4,600

2. Copper baths are usually a free standing type bath. The good thing about this is that the bath doesn’t require being built in, but a negative is that this doesn’t offer shelf space, but that is just part of having a free-standing bath.

3. Copper offers anti-bacterial properties so it requires little in the way of being disinfected and cleaned. Use a light soap to clean, or a microfiber cloth and wipe away dots of moisture to prevent marks on the copper.

4. Copper scratches heal over time. Enamel baths can scratch easily and once they are scratched, the only way to disguise it is to try and buff it or re-enamel the bath. Scratches made on a copper bath will disappear over time as copper has a living finish.

5. Copper baths age well. Unlike some bathroom trends – eg coloured tapware, copper baths will always stand the test of time and look good, even if they do darken over time.

6. Some copper baths are made from recycled copper which will have other materials mixed with the copper that may not last as long as a pure copper bath. Ask your retailer what type of copper has been used to make your bath. Check the guage too, to ensure you’re getting a quality product.

7. Copper baths are deeper rather than longer. Some baths can be custom made to suit, but often, most models have tall sides, but their length is shorter. It’s something to bear in mind if you are a tall person and like to extend your legs in the bath.

I think copper baths make a stunning statement in the bathroom. Do you?

If you liked this post, you might like to check out my post about copper sinks and basins.

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