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Trini -

When I moved into my place three years ago, my wife was a stickler for having a spotless, clean bathroom. A nice shiny tub was a definite for her. Although I can't remeber how much we exactly paid, I think that it was around $200 through a local contractor friend (I live in NY as well).

I must say that the job he performed was great. But, two drawbacks. First, you can no longer use those bathmats with the suction cup grips. The alternative bathmats are hard to come by and don't stick as well. Second, if you do use the suction cup mats, they eventually rip up the glaze and paint of the tub.

However, I really think that the look and feel of it is great.

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