How Much Water Does a Bath Hold?

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A traditional bath can hold up to 230 litres, but the standard size of the modern size baths is 150 litres. They are either made of acrylic or fiberglass, but enamel over steel or cast iron can be used as an alternative.
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The amount of water to be put in a bath is determined by its volume and shape.Less water is used in tapered or peanut-shaped baths while some large baths hold about 300 litres of water.
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