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  • #16
    No, it's a pretty normal shower/tub combo but it's bigger around than mine and has rests in the four corners I can use as arm rests. My is just a standard rectangular shower/tub.

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    • #17
      I like baths but getting a private one doesn't happen Unless my children are in bed and so is my husband or everyone else is out for the day. This happens once a month. Mother's do not get privacy.
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      • #18
        It's getting a bit late...so excuse me while I go to the bath...see ya later...
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        • #19
          ....I'm about to have some lemon ginger tea. It's a little oily, but it's not caffeinated, so....

          but I don't have any munchies with my bath... I know some do...
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          • #20
            I have a long bath once a week with epsom salts and bicarb soda in the water. I play a podcast on my phone while laying there or listen to music on my phone

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            • #21
              Bicarbonate soda?
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              • #22
                yep both help remove toxins and are absorbed by the skin. they are both good for your health over here the box actually tells you a lot of uses one being bathing.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by DesertBerean View Post
                  Bicarbonate soda?
                  Otherwise known as baking soda.


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                  • #24
                    Going to take another bath...

                    I have a bathroom heater....they're not common anymore. It plug directly into the outlet...no cords...and it's rated for wet environments. It actually did keep the room warm enough.
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