Are copper bath tubs good?
Copper tubs are durable, mold-resistant, antibacterial, eco friendly, have excellent heat retention and enjoy an incredibly long life span. For many people, this is one of the best materials on the market due to the durability of the material as well as it’s vibrant aesthetics.
What are the benefits of a copper tub?
Copper Tub Health Benefits
- Copper tubs heat faster and retain the heat longer. One of the pros of using a copper tub is that its metallic properties conduct heat faster and maintain heat longer than traditional bathtubs.
- Suited for just about any bathroom.
- Good for the environment.
Can you use Epsom salt in a copper tub?
Epsom, or bath salts, should not be used in copper tubs, as they will tarnish and corrode the copper’s appearance. For nickel plated copper, the same general cleaning methods will apply—a gentle soap, warm water, and a soft cloth.
Can you use bath oils in a copper tub?
With a William Holland Copper Bath the answer is yes! Each William Holland pure copper bathtub is protected with a hard wearing bespoke coating which not only protects your bathtub from developing a patina, but also protects the natural copper from being affected by any bath oils or salts you may wish to use.
Can you use bath bombs in a copper tub?
Because of the conductive nature of copper, the copper bathtub will heat up quicker and hold the heat longer than porcelain tubs. Also, because of the coated finish, you can use natural bath bombs without worry of damaging your tub.
Are copper tubs cold?
We also get asked whether the copper bath can ever get too hot, and the answer to that is not at all! The Copper and Brass will only ever be as warm as the water poured into it, so rest assured your William Holland copper bath will never be too cold, or to hot, but simply and perfectly just right.
What bath products can you use in copper tub?
Use mild detergent or mild soap ONLY. Other cleaning products can damage the surface of the copper bath. These include degreasers and corrosive cleaners, plus ammonia or acid-based cleaners. NEVER use any of these as they can cause irreparable damage.
How do you take care of a copper bathtub?
Cleaning and maintenance
- Rinse the tub with clean water and pat dry after every use for best results.
- Do not use abrasive cleaning products or cleaning agents.
- Clean the tub regularly with mild dish soap and a soft cloth.
- Avoid contact with acids like lemon juice and vinegar; if contact occurs, rinse immediately.
What can you use in a copper bath?