You have to pee when you get in the bathtub because the liquid of the water gats you thinking about peeing, plus the temp. of the water causes your blatter muscles to relax.
soap scum sticks to the side of the bathtub witch causes bathtub rings to form.
how many cups of wter does the bathtub holds
The water looks colorless when in small quantities but it has actually a very slight blue hue to it. This can be tested with a glass of water and a filled bathtub: the former will appear colorless while the latter will be faint blue.
It depends on how big your bathtub is.
Your body mass displaces the water.
Water in the blue currents is colder, saltier, and denser than water in the red currents
That depends upon the volume of the object that is put into the water in the bathtub.
a full bathtub holds 50 cups of water ?
Insufficient water pressure or incorrect pipe sizing
It is actually faint blue but it is only perceptible to the human eye in large quantities. That's why water looks colorless in a glass but not in a bathtub, for example.
When you bathe the dirt and soap floats off your skin and sticks to the side of the tub, leaving a ring when the water is drained.
Yes in fact if u put your turtle in the bathtub u have to put salt in the water due to their salt water habitats But if you put a turtle in the bathtub the water mst be a perfect 65% Farentheit
You can get the shine back on an old porcelain bathtub by washing it with an all-purpose bathtub cleaner and then rinsing it clean with water. Next, pour several cups of vinegar into a bathtub of hot water and allow it to sit for a few hours. Rinse the tub with cold water then take a dry, soft cloth to buff the bathtub.
1000 kilimeters in a normal bathtub. in a huge bath tub is can hold 200345kilimeters
What item can I use for our bathtub, it's a septic
No, too high of water pressure causes problems.
Tuck it into your bathtub.
The ring around the bathtub is caused by soap scum an dirt. The ring can be washed off using bathroom cleaner.
what is the causes of blue revolution
No, it's false. Because temperature has nothing to do with diffusion.Diffusion is like this, imagine that you are pouring a water on a bathtub, if you pour the water on one side of the bathtub, the water will still go to the other side of the bathtub and then the water will be leveled inside the bathtub. Therefore no matter what temperature it won't affect the movement of water.
The sewer line is plugged or collasped. The sink and bathtub may drain because they drain at a slower rate. Toilet is all at once and the drain can't handle it. Water has to go somewhere so it backs up in the sink and tub.