- Longer Lifespan
- It’s known to be anti-microbial, meaning it won’t get dirty or smell like other materials. This makes copper bathtubs great for people with allergies or asthma who worry about bacteria growing in their tubs.
- Copper can also help keep your bathroom clean by repelling mold and mildew because they don’t grow well on its surface (though if you have a tough time keeping your shower curtain clean, this may not work well).
- Copper is a softer metal that can be scratched or dented easily. You need to be careful when cleaning your copper tub, as any abrasive cleaners or cloths could scratch its surface and cause damage.
- Due to its durability, copper is still used virtually universally, even though most of it is in “reprocessed” condition. When copper products are abandoned, the copper is melted to create recycled copper. Today, recycled copper comprises the vast majority of the supply in the industry.
- It’s cheap compared to other metals such as steel or aluminum
- It doesn’t rust easily, so it doesn’t need regular cleaning
Picking the Right Copper Bathtub for Your HomeThe following tips will help you choose the best copper bathtub:
- Look at the Details