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Old 03-09-2013, 01:15 PM   #1
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acrylic bathtub not level from front to back


should an acrylic bathtub have a slope of 1/2 inch from back to front

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Nope---should be level----

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Nope---should be level----
the floor is level and tub sits end to end level but was actually built with 1/2 inch slope from back to front
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the floor is level and tub sits end to end level but was actually built with 1/2 inch slope from back to front
Most likely done by someone who has never done it before and was trying to solve a problem that was not there.....AMHIK
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Any water that hits the top of that tub will flow out onto your floor----
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