How to choose a bathtub to help save water?

First of all, the amount of water you use while taking a shower depends on its duration. We naturally tend to extend the shower when, besides hygiene, we also want to relax under the water droplets falling on our bodies. Then the amount of water poured can be comparable to the amount of water poured into the bathtub. And it would help if you also remembered that the bathtub is not filled to its very edges.

So a bathtub does not necessarily mean a significant burden on the household budget. The key is to choose the model well. If we do it prudently, a bathtub in our bathroom can be conducive to rational expenses. So how do you do it?

When buying a bathtub, please pay attention to its size and form. First of all, the angle of the backrest should be ergonomically shaped, i.e., so that you can rest your back freely and straighten your spine. It would help if you bought a less comprehensive model too. When the longer sides are relatively close to each other, you can rest your arms comfortably against them. This stabilizes your body, and you will really feel absolute relaxation.
Another thing is the length of the bathtub model. Choose it so that while sitting with your legs slightly bent, your feet reach the opposite backrest. Such a natural position for a human helps to relax the muscles, and at the same time, you will avoid the feeling of "sinking" during the bath.

To sum up. So bet on a small but comfortable bathtub, to which you will not have to pour whole hectoliters of water. But the material from which the bathtub is made should also help to save water. Longer, relaxing baths encourage you to add hot water. Therefore, it is worth betting on a thermally stable stone composite Aquastone® (find out more about it here). It maintains the ambient temperature, meaning that the water in contact with it does not cool down as quickly as cold ceramics and steel. An additional advantage of the composite is its pleasant, velvety texture and very natural appearance. A comfortable and water-saving bathtub? Yes, this is possible!