Metal tubs are a great way to add colour to your kitchen and can be made in many different ways.
There are a number of styles of metal tub that can be used, including those made of steel, aluminium or plastic.
Here’s everything you need the basics about metal tubes.
Metal tub shelf What you’ll need for metal tubing: A metal tub to keep the plastic in place on a metal shelf.
This is usually a shelf that has a metal plate or plastic lid, but you can also use a metal surface for this purpose.
For most metal tub projects, you’ll want to use a steel or aluminium surface.
You can find a lot of metal products online for this kind of project, but the best thing is to get a quote from your local hardware store.
If you’re making a metal tub out of PVC pipe or aluminium, you may also want to look into a DIY metal tub making kit from Hobby Lobby.
You may also like to check out the metal tub tutorial in our video.
How to make metal tub from PVC pipe What you will need for a metal tube: Plastic tubing that’s long enough to cover the surface of the plastic tub, but not too long to cause any damage to the surface.
The PVC tubing should be at least two metres long.
PVC pipes are generally made of PVC.
A standard PVC pipe is around 50cm in length and has a diameter of around 50mm.
You’ll want a PVC pipe that’s a little wider than the width of the PVC tube.
You don’t want to buy a PVC tube that is too long, so you can trim it off.
You will also need a piece of PVC or aluminium foil to hold the plastic tube in place.
A small piece of metal foil can also be used to cover up the PVC.
For example, a sheet of aluminium foil can be cut from a metal foil piece that’s about 1.5cm long.
This allows you to easily add colour and add some texture to your project.
Metal cream tubes What you’re looking for in a metal cream tube: A tube that has the following characteristics: the plastic on the surface is not bent and the tube is thick enough to prevent the metal from slipping off the surface (this is important for metal cream tubes because it allows you the possibility of cutting out the plastic and adding the metal without breaking it down)