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Cleaning your Tub
There are several options for cleaning the piping on a jetted bathtub.
The reason you have a residue on the bathtub surface when you are done bathing is because there is bacteria built up in the plumbing of the jetted tub. In order to remove that and reduce the amount of "yucky stuff" coming into the tub when using it, we recommend a regular usage of a jet cleaning product about once every couple of months
Here is a link at the bottom to the cleaning products I can find right now. There may be others out there that I am not aware of but I do know these products work well in all jetted bathtubs.
The only thing that comes to my mind, go back where you bough them and
ask them to make some copies of the installation instruccions.
I know...the pride will get hurt a bit....but you will install this bath in NO time.
Hope this help
! goes over the threaded piece that screws into the piece that goes under the tub...and the other goes between the tub and the waste assembly thereby creating a sandwich with one on top and one underneath the tub....then screw the piece down tight through the tub and into the waste assembly and your good to go.....
Good luck and thanks for rating my effort.....the Fang.
it is generally not allowed under the water regs to discharge waste water into anything other than a drain.I would suggest you install a discharge pump, typically the saniflow type which will allow you to run the waste across the room and discharge the waste into the vanity basin drainage.Should you choose to install this be aware of the waste pipe configurations shown by the instructions
I would contact Whirlpool directly to even see if it is possible. I tried to repair an acrylic tub one time and it didn't keep because the the constant water on it. If it can be repaired, they will give you the solution and info for a contractor that might be able to do the work if you can't do it yourself.
Your question is: You have a claw foot bath to install in a tiled bathroom. How do you fix the bath to the floor so it is secure and doesn't move?
A little clear silicone caulk under each claw is my favorite method. Locate the tub in it"s final position. Set up the drain and water connections so that you can complete them without moving the tub. Lift each end in turn just a bit and aply some caulk, you may need a helper. Wipe off the excess. Then hook up.
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