It will depend on the type of faucet if it is a three handle or has a popup in the spout popup in the spout will be the easiest to repair do so just by replacing with a new spout if it is a three handle you will have toremove the center handle and then remove the stem there will be a washer of some type replace the washer and put back together and try.
A full bath is a bathroom with a toilet and bathtub/shower. A half bath is either a bathroom with only a toilet, or a bathroom with only a bathtub/shower. A full bath doesn't require a bathtub and a shower.
sink,toilet, and bathtub/shower
Of course you can. You can use a bathtub or a shower.
About 26 inches above the floor if it's only a bath faucet. 30 inches if it is a shower control too.
They take a shower to clean up before soaking in the bathtub.
In general, a shower will use less water than a full bathtub.
Normally you will use more water taking a bath than a shower.
Take a shower or bath and it'll go away.
A tub faucet acts as a shower and can be used to bath in the bath tub. It is a pressure valve which makes the flow of water through it constant and gives a nice shower.
The term 'sponge bath' refers to bathing without using a shower or bathtub. The materials used are typically a washcloth, soap, water, and a towel.
It depends... A master bath can be as big as the person who built the house wanted to but the for the master bathroom to be a master bathroom you have to have a sink, toilet, and a shower/bathtub
* A brief shower will use much less water than a bath, as a bath needs to be at least half way up the bathtub. Unless, of course, you take a long shower with the water on full power.* A bath almost never takes less than a shower. A really brief shower may use only a gallon of water; it will always be less than two. An average shower will be 2-3 gallons -- or maybe even 4-5 if you are washing long hair. No matter how short a time you spend in the bathtub, you will use 15-20 gallons before you step in.True
It really depends on how long of a shower you usually take, but in general it takes less water to take a shower than to take a bath. One way you can find out for you personally is to close the drain in the tub while taking a shower and see how much water accumulates in the bathtub.
Provided they are at least a metre above the height of any bath and not directly above it, and unreachable when in the shower, they should be safe.
The bath came first, then the shower.
A sponge bath is when someone uses a sponge or wash cloth to clean themselves, instead of getting into a bathtub or shower. This method is used for sick people who can't get out of bed or by anyone that can't take a full bath or shower, e.g., if you have a broken leg and can't get the cast wet.
Some of the most famous bathtub or shower brands are: 1. Kohler 2. Moen 3. Triton 4. Lowes 5. Alsons 6. Culligans 7. Aquascape Designs 8. Barclay 9. Ana Bath
It is much safer to take a bath than a shower cause in the shower you can slip so I would bath
Sleep in a bath tub because you can take a bath while you're sleeping! I am going to sleep in my bathtub from now on...... good idea! Sleep in a bath tub just because you can put covers and pillows in there and have fun in there and yes take a bath...shower...doesn't matter.
kitchen sink, garden hose, waiding pool
Taele as in having a bath; tapu as in bathtub.
There are a fair number of variables here. How deep is your bathtub, how much water does your shower head use a minute? A very simple test can be done to prove which is which. Next time you take a 5 minute shower, plug the tub. At the end of your shower see how much water is in the tub. If the tub is not as full as you would have it for your bath, you will have proven out which is which for you.
Depends on how full the bath is and how long you shower.
Yes the chance do increase purely because of the water in the bath tub, this is the same with having a shower whilst their is lightning