How to Make A Heated Bathtub (But Not a Hot One)
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How to make a heated bathtub that is actually hot.
The goal here is to make sure you have enough room to get your feet wet without over-heating your bathtub.
First off, you need to take care of the water.
We’ll be using water that’s about 50 degrees, which means the water temperature is in the 40s.
When you’re planning to use a heated tub, you want to use enough water so that it stays at 50 degrees.
You can use a standard plastic tub, or a stainless steel one that’s a bit smaller.
For our bathtub example, I used a 12″ stainless steel tub.
To get the best temperature, we’ll use a Thermo-Fisher thermostat.
Thermo-fisher is a brand that has a lot of great products and is very well known.
It’s available for a lot more than just a hot tub, and we recommend checking it out to see what it can do.
So, we used the Thermo Fisher thermostatic to set the temperature for our tub.
This is where the temperature is set in seconds.
Next, we need to heat the water to about 85 degrees.
This means that it’s at a temperature that’s not hot enough to burn your feet.
Finally, we heat it to a temperature of about 85°F.
This gives the water enough time to cool.
Once you have the temperature of the tub, go ahead and turn on the thermostatically-controlled fan.
Now, if you’ve never had to make one before, you might be thinking, “Well, what if I accidentally burn myself on the way out?”
That’s not the case.
Here’s the best part.
After turning the thermoregulator on, the thermo-fan will turn on and off in an effort to keep the tub from overheating.
As long as the thermevent is turned on, you won’t see the fan on, and you won
How to make a heated bathtub that is actually hot.The goal here is to make sure you have enough room…