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Steel Baths & Steel Enamel Baths Buying Guide
The Ultimate Guide To Buying The Right Steel Bath Or Steel Enamel Bath
- Shower Trays
- - Rectangular Shower Trays
- - Quadrant Shower Trays
- - Square Shower Trays
- - Offset Quadrant Shower Trays
- - Pentagonal Shower Trays
- - Slate Effect Shower Trays
- - Walk In Shower Trays
- Shower Cabins
- Quadrant Shower Enclosures
- Square Shower Enclosures
- Rectangular Shower Enclosures
- Frameless Shower Enclosures
- Offset Quadrant Shower Enclosures
- Shower Side Panels
- Shower Doors
- Bath Shower Screens
- - Curved Bath Screens
- - Folding Bath Screens
- - Sliding Bath Screens
- - Square Bath Screens
- - Sail Bath Screens
- - Shower Bath Screens
- Standard Baths & Straight Baths
- Whirlpool Baths & Jacuzzi Baths
- Shower Baths
- Bath Panels
- Corner Baths
- Steel Baths & Steel Enamel Baths
- Freestanding Baths
Steel baths are great if you want a more modern looking bathroom which also has fantastic build quality and will last longer as a result, giving you more value for your money. They offer a great mix of both sleek looks and durability which makes them ideal for busier households. We've been noticing a growing trend for steel baths lately, so we decided to give you the lowdown on what they are all about, and exactly what they can offer you.
Why choose a steel bath?
There are quite a few good reasons as to why steel baths are a fantastic choice for your bathroom. First of all is the fact that they are able to keep water warm for longer periods of time than other baths due to steel being a good heat-conductor. Good quality steel baths are also less prone to collecting scratches than acrylic alternatives due to the tough, durable nature of the material.
Another bonus with these baths is the fact that they won't fade or become dull in colour over time unlike other baths as they are UV resistant.
Steel baths are perfect for family bathrooms as their tough build will prevent them from being easily damaged under frequent use. They are a great investment in these circumstances. Remember that steel is very heavy however, and may require at least 2-3 people to actually lift it into position.
Caring for your steel bath
The good news is that cleaning and maintaining your steel bath is really straight forward as they won't react badly to harsh chemicals, which can stain or marr less durable materials quite easily. These baths should stay looking clean for long periods of time and shouldn't discolour at all, so regular gentle maintenance with a good quality bath cleaner and a soft sponge should do the trick when it comes to keeping things sparkly. If only everything was this easy to look after!