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These days, interior decorators ensure that your bathrooms are as lavish as your bedrooms. Gone are the days when substandard materials could be used in these spaces to save money. Now-a-days, it is likely that you may spend more on the bathroom accessories than the peripherals of your living room.

However, while the stress is on the placement and color of the walls or picking the right kind of wash basin, often minor things like drains, tissue holders are ignored. This is where you need to be careful, as these small elements is what will make all the difference in your bathroom. For example, a soap dish has to be functional but if it is stylish it will also add that extra flair to your walls.

One of the small items that need attention is the tub drains. These drains have specific jobs to carry out that a normal wash basin or kitchen drain does not have to. First and foremost, it must be extremely easy to clean and maintain, as it might not be looked into on a daily basis. Next, it has to work equally well in chilly cold and steaming hot temperatures. Additionally, it should be designed to inhibit corrosion and build-up of slime and bacteria in the pipe.

Bronze or brass tub drains are known to be ideal for just about any tubs as they are sturdy. They are resistant to corrosion and any kinds of rust, simultaneously being pocket friendly. In addition to this, they are extremely durable, in fact they are known to last for years without replacement or repair.

Unlike to other materials, brass and bronze tub drains can work in a range of temperature and are easier to clean as well as maintain. You may opt for singular drain pieces like the strainer and overflow plate, or you may go for a single piece that offers both. Either ways, you are sure to find unmatched quality drains at Main Faucet.