You could install a recirculating pump near your hot water tank and run a pipe from the furthest fixture that has hot water to this pump. This pump would then circulate the hot water back into the COLD inlet of the hot water tank and have hot water available at each fixture when you want. You would require a check valve where the recirculated water enters the cold supply to your hot water tank. CALL A PLUMBER THAT HAS FREE ESTIMATES!!!
A long shower will take more water than a bath, but a bath will usually use more water than a short shower.
Depends on how full the bath is and how long you shower.
I found a recipe calling for 10 minutes in a boiling water bath.
You can take a bath if you are pregnant as long as the water does not exceed 98 degrees.
It depends on the shower heads, bath heads, and the person. If you take a long shower, and use little water for a bath, bath is better. If you use a lot of water for a bath and take short showers with water saving heads, a shower would be better.
20 minutes in rolling boil
It depends how long it takes you to shower
Yes, but it will take an extremely long time to do so.
If you take a bath too long, you will waste water. Letting water run while brushing your teeth.
Prescence of impurities in salted water(salt)would raise its boiling point and it will boil after a long time(slower)than ordinary water
How long do you have to wait before you can bath puppies?
As long as it takes you to get clean. Don't eat them if you've used soap.
In the Middle Ages, people barely took a bath. There was no running water, so maids would bring hot water in a tub and then people would take their bath. But sometimes people wouldn't take a bath for a long time.
No and yes it matters how long your in but for me i am in the shower for 5-10 minuets and it uses more then a bath. The reason is that when your in a bath the same water is being used through your cleaning but with a shower it is being filtered the whole time. For me I would recommend using the shower because it is a cleaner way to clean yourself.
Yes. Drowning is not about the amount of water the person is in but how the water enters the persons system. If the child gets too much bath water in their lungs at once without being able to spit it out they can drown. But...a child should NEVER be left alone in a bath long enough for that to happen....PERIOD!
Butter will melt in hot water, even faster in hot, soapy water.
to see how long it takes for the enzyme to dissolve the starch
In the Arctic, People take water the have ordered and they have to heat the water up for a very long time. or they just jump into the Arctic water :)
yes you are allowed to take a bath as long as you dont have a fever.taking a bath takes away the itchiness of your body.try taking a bath with a cup of baking soda on the waterIt is suggested that you take a bath as long as there is no fever present. German Measles lower the immune system, any bacterial build up can lead to complications.yes. ahm No. i think Yes. but No, Yes. No
don't leave water runnin while brushin teeth don' take a long shower/bath :)
I wouldn't think it will make you sick however you will start to have a shriveled look from water leaving your body cells due to osmosis which basically is the movement of water from a place with no sugars/solutes to a place that does have them eg the bath. Which is why people should always have a drink of water after a long bath to stop themslfs becoming dehydrated. Also if you stay in there an exceptionally long time it may have some bad effects on your body cells as they will have all shrivled up.
It depends on the size of the tub, how much water your faucet allows to flow out, and how long you let the water run.
Herpes virus is very fragile, it does not live long on surfaces and it can not be transmitted through water.