Antique reproduction cast iron clawfoot tubs or vintage style acrylic clawfoot bathtubs. Choose from traditional roll top clawfoot tubs, slipper tubs, or double-ended and double slipper soaker clawfoot tubs. Classic freestanding tubs with Victorian ball & claw, lion paw feet, or contemporary peg legs.
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The clawfoot tub shopping process involves many choices but the first and most basic decision is to choose between a cast iron clawfoot tub and an acrylic clawfoot tub. Each tub construction material offers its own set of advantages. Acrylic is warmer to the touch than cast iron and the insulating qualities of acrylic means that acrylic clawfoot tub baths will stay warm longer than cast iron baths. Acrylic clawfoot tubs are lighter which makes them easier to move and install but the heft and rigidity of cast iron lends to the soothing comfort created by a cast iron clawfoot tub. The exterior of cast iron clawfoot tubs can be custom painted to offer interior decorating versatility. Cast iron tub interiors are coated with a hard porcelain enamel that provides scratch and stain resistance. Although slightly more susceptible to scratches, acrylic resists chips. Wear and tear will determine a clawfoot tub's lifespan but cast iron clawfoot tubs can be refinished and passed on for generations. A traditionalist concerned with the historical accuracy of their vintage bathroom renovation will choose a cast iron clawfoot tub. Acrylic clawfoot tubs offer modern convenience wrapped in a period package. Today, acrylic clawfoot tubs are comparably priced and offered in most of the same styles and sizes as their cast iron equivalents.