How to Restore an Old Claw-Foot Bathtub

by David Harris
A claw-foot bathtub adds antique charm to a home -- but can be very expensive. An inexpensive alternative is to buy an old painted one and restore it yourself. Rusty, unrestored tubs can be found in antique stores or at estate sales. Although you can get claw-foot tubs professionally restored, doing...
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