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Bath is the main theme of any new bathroom, and in addition to many styles to choose from, Bette baths are also made from many different materials. If you try to choose between acrylic and steel, each of them has its pros and cons, which you might want to remember.
Bette Classic bath
Bette Starlet have many positive properties. Since Bette baths are made by casting material, they are available in many shapes and sizes. Acrylic is also available in many thicknesses: 3 mm, 5 mm and 8 mm are all available in England, and the thickness will affect the price. Most acrylic Bette Starlet are reinforced with fiberglass to give strength and insulating properties.
Excellent thermal properties. They are warm to the touch, feel warm when you climb into them, and they hold heat well when filling.
Bette Starlet are relatively light.
Acrylic is very resistant to impact damage, and if something falls into the acrylic bath, it is more likely to withstand tiles than the steel equivalent.
You can repair a damaged acrylic bathtub by filling and restoring small tiles and scratches.
Acrylic is not porous and does not contain insects, bacteria, and mold.
Acrylic offers excellent value for money.
Because acrylic is so malleable, Bette classic are available in a much wider range of shapes and styles than steel Bette classic bathtubs.
They are strong. Many Bette Classic are reinforced with fiberglass to give rigidity.
Some types of acrylic have a special non-porous surface that makes them resistant to household chemicals.
All types of Bette Classic (Jacuzzi, with retractable lid, freestanding, etc.) Available in the acrylic finish.
Faucet holes can be drilled in place to provide customer flexibility
Good quality Bette Classic provide cast iron durability with all the advantages of modern material.
Some detergents and scrapers with scrapers will scratch the surface of the acrylic bath.
They may crack, but this is very rare and usually not because of how they were used, but because of how they were transported before they were installed.
An inexpensive acrylic bathtub can creak and bend when filling.
Steel bathtubs or enameled steel
Like acrylic, steel baths have many positive properties. They are available in many different shapes and sizes, including double-sided or can be equipped with hydro massage nozzles and are available with or without pressure holes,
Steel baths cannot be beaten for strength.
When it is hot, the steel bath retains heat and helps keep heat longer in the water.
Steel baths can withstand scratches even when cleaning. They are also resistant to damage from household chemicals.
Steel does not store insects, bacteria, and mold and always remains hygienic.
Easy to clean and keep clean.
Glass enamel is very durable.
Unlike vacuum acrylic, steel is pressed in such a way that it can be used to form sharper, flatter, and slanted lines; nice if you like the minimalist look.
Some Bette steel bathtubs are very heavy.
Steel Bette Classic are not available for all types of Bette Classic.
Steel Bette Classic are generally more traditional in style, so finding the perfect modern steel bathtub can be difficult.
Steel baths are easily damaged by impact. If something sharp or heavy falls in the enameled bath, tiles or peeling may appear on the surface.
Bette has been manufacturing steel enamel baths since 1952 and has now reached the enviable position of the number one steel bath manufacturer in Europe. Quality German Products with a selection of Bette Classic, Basins, Shower Trays to suit most modern bathrooms.
Bette baths are a unique combination of design and strength, manufactured from titanium steel, hence ensuring robustness. The non-porous, smooth, hard-glass like surface makes these products resilient to germs, dirt and bacteria promoting exceptional hygiene.