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American Standard Ovation 5 ft. Right Drain Bathtub in Arctic White
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Ovation 5 ft. Right Drain Bathtub in Arctic White

  • Compatible with American Standard Ovation collection
  • Curved design allows for a spacious bathtub experience
  • Classic design complements most bathroom décor
$249.00 /each

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This extremely durable, solid acrylic tub is compact to install into a standard 5 ft. x 30 in. bath alcove, yet the Ovation tub's curved front apron gives you a more roomy space to bathe. This model features a right-hand drain outlet, a bright white gloss finish, textured bottom to help prevent slips and falls, generous backrest, integral tiling flange, and is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. Optional matching wall surrounds with extensive storage space and a curved shower door offer a complete and comfortable bathing experience.

  • Curved design for extra bathing area
  • Compact to fit in standard alcove
  • Optional matching walls and door sold separately
  • Integral tiling flange
  • To be paired with Ovation curve tub walls model 3060BW1 and Ovation curve tub door model AM00496400, both sold separately

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Tile flange?

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July 21, 2014
The illustrations do not show a tile flange. can this tub unit be used with tile walls?
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September 8, 2016
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Yes, you'll want a backer board to go up before you tile, and I believe the backer board should not be in direct contact with the tub (it should be supported independent of the tub). Note that the lip/flange on the tub is ~1/2" thick.
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November 7, 2014
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It does have a tile flange. You bring the cement board down to the flange (not over it). Then the tile goes over the flange.
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July 29, 2014
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This tub does have a tile flange and can be used with tile walls.
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July 24, 2014
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Hi Jimm,
This tub has flanges on three sides, however they are slanted and designed to work with the Ovation wall kit.
So you may have difficulty if you want to tile the walls.
Mike,
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Width of tub

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November 8, 2013
What is the width of the tub at the center top, where it curves out?
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June 12, 2014
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It comes out an extra 3 3/4 inches to a total of 33 3/4". Makes it great in the tub itself, but "pinches" into leg area when on the toilet in standard 5x8 bathroom.
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February 21, 2014
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33" to the outside of the center curve, and 30" on the inside at the center curve. Great tub
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December 23, 2013
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The tub is actually 30" at the walls. The curved area that doesn't touch the walls is 32". It is actually very deep and roomy.
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Please contact American Standard Brands.
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Do I need to use a poly sheet between the mortar bed and the tub or between the mortar bed and the subfloor?

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If possible, I don't want to create a situation where the mortar bonds to the tub or the floor making it difficult for the next remodel. Please advise.
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You can, it may make it easier to remove, but it isn't required. I've heard of a primer that can be put down on the subfloor as well, but I've never seen it.
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August 17, 2015
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A barrier is not required but if you prefer to do so adding the barrier will not affect the installation.
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August 16, 2015
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Hi Jeff,
I stapled roofing felt to the subfloor, then poured the mortar from buckets onto the felt. Hope this helps.
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I have an extremely hard time getting the tub clean with regular bathroom products. Would it be ok to use a power washer on low settings to clean the tub or would it damage the acrylic?
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Greetings Jamie,
You may have scratched/damaged the acrylic already, depending on which "regular" bathroom products you used. Since you're having a hard time cleaning it, I would guess this is the problem.
I would avoid using a power washer since it could do further damage.
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June 22, 2016
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American Standard does not recommend using a power washer to clean your acrylic tub. For regular cleaning please use SpicnSpan and warm water or for stubborn spots use Gel-Gloss.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Big on style, easy to clean My renovation guys had no trouble installing this tub. We used white gloss subway tiles for the surround. The tub's front curve and spaciousness steals the show - stylish and inviting. I chose it to replace a garden tub that made the small-ish master bath seem cramped. This tub adds lots of foot space and the luxury feel that my pre-reno bathroom was missing while keeping me in a reasonable budget range. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wonderful Bathtub This tub was a great size, lightweight and offered many benefits and features for the price! I highly recommend it! June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Spacious Install - * Needs a mortar bed, used 2 bags, was overkill, could have gotten away with 1 on a flat floor. * Instructions show a flat lip, actual lip is 1/2"+ deep. I followed the directions for the attaching with roofing nails, just make sure you get screws/nails that are 1/2" longer than what you would expect with a flat lip. * Tub is described as 60" long, mine was 60 1/4" long. Required some plainning on the studs in the alcove to get it to fit. I managed to chip one corner of the vykrel trying to get it in the first time. * Tub requires stringers and studs in the right places (especially if you're using the matching surround) * Drain bottom wasn't perfectly flat, but we mounted the drain before setting it in place to get a really solid seal. Quality * Seems pretty solid, the vykrel finish took all of the abuse in the construction efforts (except the corner I chipped the first time I tried to dry fit it). The whole vykrel tub is wrapped in a solid layer of fiberglass and the bottom has a 3/8" or 1/2" OSB and 3 runners under it all fiber glassed into place. With the mortar bed I'm expecting no issues for a long time with this tub. September 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks amazing! Sturdy and priced fairly. Curve feature offers extra room over standard. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good tub, looks good Good tub, looks good in the space. had professionals install it. took them a little longer to install than expected. April 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Lovely tub The Ovation is great for getting more bathing and showering space in a small bathroom. Paired with a curved shower rod (of course) it makes a really roomy shower. I love the look of it, too; a graceful and elegant shape. I'm a little daunted by the cleaning instructions; so many "normal" bathroom cleaning products are on the "do not use" list; can I really only use Dawn dish soap on it? So far it looks fine but it hasn't had much use yet. All in all, I'm very happy we chose it. November 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for the price! I was hesitant on purchasing this tub for only $250. For some odd reason I would've felt better if the tub was in the $400 range. However, after purchasing, this has got to be the best deal in town. I read in one review, the reviewer claimed the material was only 1/16 " thick. Not true at all. I'm 61 yrs old, my wife and I installed this tub on a second floor. Keep in mind, you can't toss around the merchandise and expect it not to break. We did set the tub per manufacturers instructions, in a bed of mortar (2-60lb bags). This was after we tried a dry fit of the tub. Very pleased with the tub. We clean it with dish washing soap (no cleaners are recommended), and it cleans up spotless. The center line from toilet to tub did not change enough to make a difference in our bathroom. But, l guess it could be a problem if you are pressed for room. It is very comfy. The only thing I don't like about it is, once I get in it, I don't want to get out!! Keep in mind, in any remodeling involving a tub, you probably will have to re-rough the plumbing since something will change from what it used to be. November 7, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice looking, but needed a little tune up to install The tub looks very good, very smooth and shiny including the non-skid tub area, and the acrylic thermoform is backed up by a strong layer of fiberglass. My wife and I did at least four dry fits so we got pretty good at easing it into the alcove and pulling out again. I did not use the mortar bed as they suggested since it seemed very stable. I put a layer of construction adhesive on the two 3/4" thick rails the tub sits on, and along the 2x4 ledge boards they recommend. My only complaint is that the outlet drain was not sanded level so the outlet plumbing was badly crooked. It wasn't hard to fix though, I just used a sanding disk on my drill and leveled it out myself, but that should be a basic quality check for American Standard. Overall though the tub seems very strong, solid and a great value. November 22, 2015
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