The same rules for tap and hand grip holes and anti-slip patterns for Pressed Steel baths also apply for cast Iron. Beware also of the many ‘seconds’ that are available, they usually feature many pin-holes and black specs in the enamel. There are also many supposedly re-enamelled ones, these are usually at worst just sprayed with an enamel paint, or, at best, stove enamelled (like your fridge or cooker) not porcelain enamelled like a new one. Proper re-enamelling a bath can only be done by sandblasting off the old enamel and re-enamelling in a kiln at 1000º, which is certainly not something that can be done in-situ to your old bath.
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