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The Walkinbathtub1 Factory After Years in Design Has Released the Most Up to date Acrylic Walk in Tub in the World
Date:6/4/2010

The new Acrylic Beauty Bath collection offers the newest and strongest acrylic walk in tub available. And now clients can purchase this walk in tub for the same cost of a lesser quality fiberglass walk in tub.

(PRWEB) May 28, 2010 -- The new Acrylic Beauty Bath collection offers the newest and strongest acrylic walk in tub available. And now clients can purchase this walk in tub for the same cost of a lesser quality fiberglass walk in tub. "Don't let any one tell you that an acrylic walk in tub is not superior to a fiberglass walk in tub." The new Beauty Bath walk in tub collection was engineered for safety and comfort. This walk in tub was designed to last a lifetime.

"You or someone you love can improve their lifestyle dramatically". Bob Sauers; President of Boca Walk in Tubs. The beauty of acrylic makes this new age acrylic walk in tub eye catching and will definitely give clients bathrooms the 'WOW' factor."

AIR JET SYSTEM

This Beauty Bath Acrylic Walk in Tub 16-Jets Air System is a fantastic tub! Just imagine this in a cozy corner of any bathroom. The 16 air jet, 3 speed hydro spa system with a heater element is luxury at its very best. (For cleanliness sake, know that the air jet system also has a self purging system that automatically turns on and cleans out air jets killing bacteria and germs.)

"Once clients have experienced the perfection of relaxation attainable with this complete hydrotherapy, clients will find that clients are consistently more relaxed, less stressed, have more supple muscle tone and sleep as clients have not in years! Do parents, grandparents and physically challenged individuals not owe this pleasure to themselves or a loved one? Enjoy it now. this is a decesion that will not be regretted."

10 JET WHIRLPOOL SYSTEM
The Beauty Bath Acrylic Walk in Tub with 10-Jet Whirlpool is a winne
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