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yvonne7495

  1 month ago

A very Big Baby!

This is an update on my dilemma about how we have a bath while the new bathroom is fitted. I looked at full size portable baths and the cost was a rather high just for a few baths over the fortnight but i found a 50 litre 90 cm x 50cm x 27 cm baby bath with plug and soap shelf for 19.99 on Amazon and it looks like it will be fine for filling with buckets of hot water in the garden after dark. We are completely enclosed and not overlooked at all.
My son goes to Ukraine and pays a lot of money in an hotel in snowy mountains to sit in a hot jacuzzi in the snow lol i can do it for 19.99!
My husband has said 'no way' but i think after a week it will be essential! It'll do for a quick sit and splash with a jug . Onwards!
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Chris563

  1 month ago
It might be a bit cold for having a bath outside at night Reply
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Meryl10

  1 month ago
I wouldn't bother with doing that, we had no bath for a week when we redid our bathroom I did a strip wash at the sink, worked fine. Reply
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Scorpio70

  1 month ago
Sorry no. I would rather not take a bath/shower but just wash at the sink. Reply
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TheOldDragonsPaul

  1 month ago
Choose a rainy (or snowy) day and strip off in the garden ~ job done ! Reply
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Mark_W

  1 month ago
Enjoy! Reply
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trevjohn

  1 month ago
12 gallons should be plenty, go for it !!! Reply
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yvonne7495

  1 month ago
I remember my nan in London had no running water except in the kitchen or scullery as it was called in the old Islington Victorian multistorey house. When we were kids visiitng her we had to wash at the kitchen sink and nan went to the public baths once a week and these were actual baths not a swimming pool. Reply
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spartan3002

  1 month ago
A good solution Yvonne ;) Reply
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