Cast-iron tubs came into fashion starting in the 1880s, then enamel over steel. Now bathtubs are mostly formed acrylic, fiberglass, or porcelain, on steel. Wood holds the heat longer than other tub material.I make a Bath from Cedar. I use international epoxy as glue and “everdure ” as the sealant.
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We are going to cover the wooden bathtub, a long lasting tradition in many cultures around the world, today an exotic presence that speaks of exclusivity and the highest degree of exclusivity often hand carved by craftsmen around the world. Watch the video from KingPost TimberWorks for more info:
The most difficult and sophisticated job consists in gluing the wood professionally. Various lacquer treatments give the wood a more intense color and additionally protect the wood from water.
Wood naturally speaks of warmth, coziness and it presents a degree of uniqueness unparalleled in the world, a pattern, a texture grown through years, wooden bathtubs also require the manual input of a craftsman, a carpenter that shapes and curves the sculptural presence towards the highest standard of detailing.