Cast Iron tubs the finish is stronger in most cases then fiberglass BUT there are new acrylic tubs like Americast that are just as strong (and cost the same) as Cast
Cast Iron will not shift like the plastic tubs do BUT you do have a lot more heat loss as the mass of the cast iron is hard to keep warm.
Acrylic tubs you have to be extra careful what cleaning agents to use as the finish can scratch more easily
You will be very unhappy with acrylic paint on your metal chairs. Acrylic cannot stand up to the oils and salt on our skin.
go with vinyl... fiberglass are plain with a vinyl u can go "custom" shape and liner pattern... with fiberglass u get what they make and that's it.
Steel door would have a higher fire rating.
The only difference of a walk-in bathtub is the possibility of water getting on your floors. If you do not mind this than they might be for your bathroom.
Fiberglass doesn't rust and can be repaired if need be. steel is much harder to do anything with once things start needing repairs
Pros: You won't harm your nails by not using acrylic paints/ fake nails: as these make your nails dry, weak and more likely to break off.Natural nails take less care; although it i would recommend buffing your nails to give them a natural shine.Cons: Acrylic tends to look better and often more glam, depending on the look you are going for.
I have not heard of it being done before I have heard of fiberglass conversions however
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Wood fiber insulation is cheap and relatively easy to install. However, it does not have the same insulation factor level as fiberglass insulation.
Porcelain is the highest grade, non staining and wears well, but may chip, but also very expensive. Acrylic dentures are less expensive, may stain with improper maintenance, and are susceptible to abrasion.
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the cost for fiberglass pools are chaeper and easier to install.concrete pools are easier to maintain.a fiberglass pool may run you 3,000 to 10,000. A concrete pool run you 12,000 to 30,000 depending on the size and area of residence
I am researching the same question and this is what I have found so far: having a "freeze line" is not a good condition for fiberglass pools. Fiberglass pools are cheaper to install and use less chemicals to maintain. I was told the chemicals also do less damage to fiberglass, if any?, than to gunite pools. Fiberglass pools must be filled at all times to avoid "popping up". The only thing that still has me leaning towards gunite is a custom pool shape we have in mind. Hope this helps. I am also trying to decide between fibergalss and gunite. I have been told (by a gunite dealer) that there is a problem with staining in fiberglass pools. Besides a low water level, what else might cause a fiberglass pool to pop up?
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Swimming pool types include above-ground pools, fiberglass pools, vinyl-lined, gunite and poured-concrete pools. Learn the pros and cons of each type of pool.
Fiberglass tanks are a later development to the traditional concrete tanks, and many people now see them as a superior product. They are much lighter so transporting them to your location is simpler and being lighter weight means it will take less effort to install. Despite being lighter, fiber glass is actually stronger than concrete and because there are no pores in fiberglass it means that they are not prone to attack by sewer gases that can cause the concrete tanks to deteriorate. This means a fiberglass tank should last longer than a concrete tank.
Gel and acrylic nails have similar results. They can lengthen short nails, strengthen nails, and make your fingers look longer and more slender. There are some various pros and cons that might help you decide which the right choice is for you. If gel nails, acrylic nails, and other choices are overwhelming you, then one thing you can always do is speak with a nail technician (manicurist) who can help you make a wise decision that will fit your needs Phoebe x x x
It has no cons. The zipper is the best with no cons and just pros.
Most of it are cons and these cons are factors of death