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Resin Freestanding Tub – Better Experience at Low Cost in 2023

Resin Freestanding Tub – Better Experience at Low Cost

Bathtubs are a great way to relax and be free from “the real world.” Most people may not have the luxury to go to exotic places for their vacation to relax. In those scenarios, bathtubs can be a great solution. The main advantage being is that you can relax at your own pace where you feel comfortable, which is your home. Imagine taking a dip in a lukewarm pool of herbal water in your freestanding bathtub, feeling all your stress wash away, giving you a peaceful and relaxing experience for your body and mind.

So, you see, it is absolutely necessary to have the best possible bathtub to get the best possible relaxing experience. A handful of styles and materials bathtubs are available in the market. Choosing the best one can be quite confusing, even though many styles and materials are available. If you are in that boat, then don’t worry. You are in the right place. This article helps to understand bathtubs and why resin freestanding bathtubs can be the right choice for you, regardless of your bathroom layout.

Let’s get started with the article!

A Bathtub – What Is It?

Before we see why a resin freestanding tub is a best and safest choice, knowing what a bathtub is necessary if you are unfamiliar with the term.

A bathtub is a bathroom accessory that helps to take a bath by sitting and submerging yourself in water rather than standing and taking a shower. Since 1700 BC, people have been using bathtubs for their bathing habits. A bathtub is leaner towards soaking than taking an actual bath.

There are two styles of bathtubs: The western style (typical elongated bathtub) and the Eastern style (deep soaking bathtub). The main difference between these two styles is that you can only sit and soak in the eastern style. The literal legroom is considerably small compared to the western style. The following images will show the differences between those styles:

 A deep soaking tub (Eastern)         An elongated bathtub (Western)

A deep soaking tub (Eastern)                  An elongated bathtub (Western)

Resin Freestanding Tub – What Is It?

Now, you have a general idea of the bathtub and how it works.

A resin freestanding tub is a western-style bathtub where the bathtub is made of engineered materials meaning composite material. This composite material consists of stone, polymer resin, and natural minerals. Since stone is one of the main ingredients, the resin freestanding bathtub is also known as a “stone resin freestanding bathtub.”

How Is a Stone Resin Freestanding Bathtub Made?

The raw ingredients are stone, polymer resin, and natural minerals that come together to form a strengthened composite material. The stones are crushed and powdered. Then the powdered stone is treated with industrial chemicals in order to remove any impurities. Once the treatment is done, the powdered stone is bound together with the polymer resin and natural minerals. The resulting composite is then used to manufacture the resin bathtub.

Advantages of Using Stone Resin Composite in a Bathtub:

The first and most important advantage is the resulting composite material is 100% non-porous. Meaning your bathtub won’t be affected by moisture and humidity. This is an important “feature” that most bathtubs should have. Bathtubs are constantly in contact with moisture and water. It may not be seen soon, but down the line, constant water interaction can make the bathtub lose its structural integrity, leading to cracks and even breaking the bathtub.

The second benefit would be heat retention. Bathtubs should have great heat retention ability. Heat retentions are a great way to reduce your electricity bills. Resin freestanding bathtubs with stone as one of the main ingredients have a great heat retention rate. This means more lukewarm water and less load on the heater, which in turn reduces electricity consumption. 

The third advantage is the style. Since composite material is used to manufacture bathtubs, you can manipulate the material into the desired shape and style that you wanted. For flexibility, stone resin is the second best material for the bathtub, next to acrylic material. Also, the stone-resin composite is highly resistant to discolorization. Meaning your bathtub cannot change color over time. 

The fourth advantage is the add-ons. Add-ons are important not only for elevating your bathroom ambiance but also for elevating your bathing experience. For example, installing an overflow drain is considerably easier in a resin-freestanding bathtub. Once the optimal level of water is reached in the bathtub, instead of overflowing out of the bathtub, the overflow drain takes the remaining water and sends it to the storage. This way, you can save a lot of water. If you are busy and forget to turn off the faucet in your bathtub, an overflow drain is the best add-on for your bathtub. 

The fifth advantage is the cost. Acrylic and stone-resin freestanding tubs are the cheapest bathtubs available in the market. Easy availability of the material and the manufacturing method are two of the main reasons why the cost of the resin bathtub is comparatively low. 

The sixth and last advantage is low maintenance. The stone-resin freestanding tub has low maintenance costs and steps, which helps you save a lot of energy and resources. You don't require complex steps and the ingredients for cleaning your bathtub. A simple all-green cleaning agent is more than enough to clean your bathtub. 

Best Resin Freestanding Bathtubs:

1. Winston Resin Freestanding Bathtub (71”):

Winston Resin Freestanding Bathtub (71”)

This elegant piece of marvel can be a great addition to elevate your bathroom ambiance to another level. This 71” resin bathtub has an 86-gallon capacity, which is more than enough to submerge yourself for a great soaking experience. The bathtub comes with an overflow drain, which helps you to save water. The physical dimensions are 70 3/4" L x 34 5/8" x 22 7/8"-29" HW. The tub has a matte finish, which looks incredibly cool and gives off a luxurious vibe. There is also an option for a glossy look (paid extra) along with the air jets. The installation is quite easy compared to other bathtubs such as copper and natural stone. If you are looking for an elegant piece, you will not go wrong with Winston resin freestanding bathtub. 

2. Crocus Resin Freestanding Tub (59”):

Crocus Resin Freestanding Tub (59”)

Now, if you are looking for a smaller resin freestanding tub and do not want to compromise on the quality and the design aspect, the Crocus resin freestanding tub is the best choice. The bathtub comes at 59” with a 97-gallon water capacity. This small yet moderately heavy resin bathtub is the perfect solution for your bathroom remodeling project. Since it is a freestanding tub, the installation space is small. The physical dimensions are 59" L x 34" Wx 22 7/8"-29" H. Unlike Winston resin, this bathtub comes with one color and finish, which is a white and matte finish. If your bathroom is small and you want to save much of your space, the Crocus resin freestanding tub is the right choice for you. 

3. Haru Resin Rectangular Freestanding Soaking Tub with Integral Seat (43”):

Haru Resin Rectangular Freestanding Soaking Tub with Integral Seat (43”)

With a mix of modern flair and an eastern feel, Haru resin rectangular freestanding soaking tub is the perfect choice if you are looking for a “Japanese style soaking tub.” From the looks, it is evident that this soaking tub differs from others on the list. The remaining bathtub on the list can be used for soaking and bathing, but this Haru freestanding soaking tub is mostly for soaking. Taking a shower after a soaking session from this tub is recommended. This tub comes with a 106-gallon capacity, a sweet spot for soaking. This 43” bathtub has an overflow drain and a resin step stool that can be used to enter the tub.  Since it is a sitting tub, the integral seat has a dimension of 27 1/4" L x 10 1/2" W X 32 5/8" H.  If you are looking for a Japanese-style soaking tub for your bathroom remodeling project, the Haru resin rectangular freestanding soaking tub is perfect.


  • Which is cheaper, an acrylic bathtub or a resin freestanding tub?
  • Generally, resin freestanding tubs and acrylic bathtubs come with the same price tag. This price can differ depending on factors such as manufacturers, tub manufacturing method, and material cost. But, some manufacturers, like Magnus home products, offer resin freestanding tubs at very low prices. 

  • Is a resin freestanding tub the same as an acrylic tub?
  • The answer is no. A resin freestanding tub is made of a composite of stone, polymer resin, and natural minerals, whereas an acrylic tub is made of a vacuum acrylic sheet and fiberglass. 

  • Should a freestanding tub be secured to the floor?
  • Not necessarily. If you want your bathtub to be more secure, you can fix it in your bathroom with the help of a silicone gel and caulk. 

    Final Thoughts:

    Our day-to-day lives are getting difficult, and we are experiencing more stress. It is not a viable option to have a number of vacations in a year. The best solution is to have a nice warm relaxing, and rejuvenating bath in your own bathtub. Magnus Home Products provides a great collection of resin tubs if you are in the market for a resin freestanding tub. You can visit here to learn exciting details about the resin freestanding bathtub collection. This article hopes to give much information on resin freestanding tubs and also hopes to act as a guide before you purchase a tub. 

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