By Alex PfeifferPublished Aug 04, 2018 07:31:51I’m not sure how many of us remember the first time we tried to go for a metal tub bathtub experience.
But if you’re like me, it was a real treat.
You’re not going to be able to do it again.
A couple of years ago, I had the chance to try a metal shower for the first and only time in my life.
I wasn’t in a rush, but I needed to get some exercise, so I decided to go to a local gym.
I was surprised at how clean the gym felt.
It’s not easy to explain, but the shower is an electric unit.
It’s not the sort of thing you would use for a regular shower, but for the metal tub I had to be careful.
It was the first electric shower I had ever tried, and it didn’t feel too good.
The tub was actually pretty small, so when I pushed the button it seemed to go on automatically, but then it kept going.
In hindsight, it could have been a lot worse.
When the tub stopped working, I was disappointed, but not totally surprised.
I had assumed that the metal would stay on longer than the glass one, but that wasn’t the case.
I’d already spent about a month getting used to using an electric shower, so it wasn’t a big deal.
What happened next was a little confusing.
For the first week, I did not notice anything different.
I didn’t notice the metal wasn’t going to work.
I felt like a fool for asking.
So I was still using the electric shower on a daily basis.
After about a week, the metal began to come on.
And I noticed the glass would keep on working for about six months before it stopped working.
The water inside the tub kept going as well.
I realized that this was a product that was designed to get us clean and dry.
I started to suspect that it was probably just a coincidence that it took so long to get the metal working.
So I started researching.
Then, I saw that there was a metal bathtub called the Iron Giant.
At first, I assumed the Iron Mountain was the same product.
But it turned out to be more expensive.
I got my first Iron Mountain at an antique shop in Austin, Texas, but since I was in the market for a new one, I ended up going to a metal shop in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The metal tub that came with the Iron Giants had a nameplate that said “Iron Mountain” on it, but it didn.
Even though I was told it was more expensive, the Iron Mules and Iron Makers I spoke to were impressed with the iron tub’s durability.
Once I got the IronMules in my hands, I noticed that they weren’t the best quality bathtub, but they worked great.
While the Iron Mountains and IronMods didn’t have any real features, they did have a few things that made them more affordable.
For one, they were smaller than the standard tub.
That means they fit in a standard bathtub size, but are much easier to clean.
Also, they only came with one outlet, which made it easier to plug in and out.
On top of that, the tub didn’t come with a showerhead.
This made it more likely that the water inside wouldn’t get dirty.
And the showerhead was only accessible when you needed to shower.
It didn’t really do anything for me, so the Iron Mill was an easy way to get rid of that pesky metal clog.
If you’re wondering, I didn: *Try a metal water filtration system.
I would highly recommend going with a glass one.
You’ll be glad you did.
It worked really well and was really comfortable.
*Try a new electric shower for only $150.
That is the most I ever spent on a bathtub.
It would have been $10 more for a standard one.
I bought mine with the option to buy a new metal tub, but a lot of people ended up choosing the standard.
*Start a new relationship with a metal-friendly partner.
I actually went out with a guy and got a bath in the Iron Tub for free.
I also got a lot more out of my relationship than I would have otherwise.
I’m not saying this is an endorsement of metal tubs, but having a partner that doesn’t mind metal-influenced water is a big plus.
*Have a friend who’s a water guy.
This was my first time actually trying out the bathtub and, as much as I’d like to believe that it would work for me and I would enjoy the experience, it wasn, in fact, a big disappointment.
My next visit to the bath tub came after I decided that I was going to go