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Bootz Industries Maui 5 ft. Left Drain Soaking Tub in White

Bootz Industries

Maui 5 ft. Left Drain Soaking Tub in White

  • 5 ft. left-hand drain tub
  • Attractive white finish
  • Installs easily
$20700 /each

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  • Bone
  • White
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Product Overview

The Maui 5 ft. bath tub is the industries deepest enameled steel bath tub with a modern functional recess design. The Maui is lightweight, and offers a built in leveling support pad; no mortar base required, just set and level it, saving time and money. The Maui offers a 35 degree lumbar support for a more comfortable bathing experience.

  • Maui complies with the Buy America Act
  • Maui is constructed from a single sheet of heavy gauge seamless steel, giving it the beauty of porcelain and the strength of steel
  • Maui bath tub has 4 automotive-designed sound deadening strips for a more quiet bathing experience
  • Porcelain finish is non porous and easy to clean and maintains original color and high gloss; never discolors or fades like synthetic products
  • Attached support/leveling pad makes setting and leveling easy for both DIY and PRO
  • Check out our helpful guide on how to remove and replace a bathtub.

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the difference between Bootz Maui and Aloha?

I looked at the dimensions of these two tubs and something doesn't seem right on the HD website, what is the actually soaking depth of each of the tubs? I see the length and width are the same so the difference must be in the inside depth of the tub. Thank you
Asked by: Blueyes
Slant back on the maui, and deeper tub.
Answered by: DIYpro85
Date published: 2017-06-07

60 inch tub in a 58 inch opening

My current tub is in an opening that measures 58 inches from drywall to drywall. Will this 60 tub or one like it fit in the opening
Asked by: Anonymous
The simple answer is, yes it will. Bathtubs are built in and typically cement board / tile are placed on the inside of the tub lip. This is what typically accounts for the missing 1.5" The standard bathtub is 60" x 30". Most homes use this standard size.
Answered by: djreviewer
Date published: 2017-06-18

Is this tub avail. 20" deep or deeper?

Asked by: Anne
To my knowledge, there is no steel alcove tub commercially sold that is 20 inches deep.
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2016-04-29

Does this tub have anti-slip surface on the inside?

Asked by: FrogPrincess
Yes, but I still use a mat in mine for secure footing. When it is soapy while showering, it can still be a bit slick
Answered by: Mimi
Date published: 2016-06-24
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Customer Reviews

Maui 5 ft. Left Drain Soaking Tub in White is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 165.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great option on a budget Installation was not easy (as with any bathtub in a tight space), but we couldn't be happier with this tub. Insulated around the tub and underneath the apron with R30 insulation for sound reduction and warmth, and that works well. One issue to be aware of is the finish. Open the box and check the porcelain surface before leaving the store. A perfect box doesn't mean a perfect finish. Look for major chips and dings, but also look out for pinholes in the finish and the lip being bent or warped. We looked at six or seven in the store before finding one that was free of defect that would be seen after installation. If not for the ordeal of finding a tub without unforgiveable blemishes, I would rate this at 5 stars. No reason to pay 3 to 5 times the price for cast iron.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not actually sure how many stars to assign for this tub, but I want to quickly add that our local... Not actually sure how many stars to assign for this tub, but I want to quickly add that our local Home Depot in Denver CO have been EXCELLENT is resolving a minor issue. Background: before we purchased the 5' Maui tub at Home Depot, I read the 1-star and 2-star reviews here about minor chips to the porcelain finish. I thought "well that's probably a minority of cases, and the tub I get will probably be fine." At HD, while still in the store, we peeked into the cardboard box and from that limited sight angle it appeared fine. However, when we opened the box fully at home, we were disappointed to see a pretty bad chip. See the attached photo. We got on the phone and the local HD rep quickly arranged to have a replacement tub (same Maui, same price) delivered to our house WITHIN 2 HOURS, at no charge, and they picked up the slightly defective tub. I couldn't believe it - all within 2 hours. Props to the customer service at Home Depot - they get 5 stars.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not even a year... I read the reviews of this tub and figured I had a 50/50 shot at getting a good one. After unboxing it at home I found several chips but none in obvious spots. I repaired them with epoxy and it came out good. However after only 8 months the tub is cracked and rusting in the bottom.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from We have two of these. I think they're great tubs for the price. But I give them only three stars... We have two of these. I think they're great tubs for the price. But I give them only three stars because the apparently high probability of chipped finishes or other damage. For our first tub, purchased in October 2016, we had to buy two because the first one -- opened and inspected by our contractor in the HD store when he went to pick it up -- had chips and damage in several places that would be visible after installation. He had to wait at the store while workers retrieved another tub, which he also also opened and inspected. Our second one, purchased this week, he did not inspect in the store. When he opened it in our front yard, we saw that it had a chip on the front left horizontal surface at the base of the flange. But we were certain that it would be hidden by the cement wall board, tile and caulk. In fact, the wall board and tile completely cover the chip. So we did not have to take the tub back. I don't know if the finish problems are in Bootz' manufacturing process and could be caught at the factory before shipment, or if they happen during shipment to Home Depot or in handling at Home Depot, but the problem is real. We've bought 3 tubs to get 2 usable ones, and one is usable but not flawless.
Date published: 2017-02-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bath tub arrived in a damaged box and had a dime-sized chip on the side. Plumber had already ins... Bath tub arrived in a damaged box and had a dime-sized chip on the side. Plumber had already installed, so I couldn't return it. Home Depot had no one to repair the chip and no one to recommend. Cost of repair was more than I paid for the tub from local companies. No help at all from Home Depot. Manager said they would give me a small discount, but I never followed up. I repaired with some liquid porcelain repair paint. It doesn't look too bad now and isn't very noticeable. Be careful to inspect the tub for any chips prior to installing. Chips expose a very dark color underneath and if it's in a very noticeable spot, you'll be very unhappy.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's a real problem when a tub comes defective with a chip right in the middle of it. After you h... It's a real problem when a tub comes defective with a chip right in the middle of it. After you have schlepped a large unwieldy box home and up a set of stairs, the last thing you want to do is re-pack it and schlepp it back, get a cart, and help and haul it out of the car and back into the store. I bought the same tub again only because we needed that size and it was in stock, but I asked the staff to help me open it in the store before I took it home. Ridiculous though, that the company shipped a defective product. It was very well packed and didn't appear to have been affected by shipping. WHY??? Too much work!
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Almost 1 year and still love it!! We, like others who have written, did our research before buying this tub. Looked at L__e's, local plumbing suppliers, M____ds, etc.....and this fit the bill for us. MADE IN USA, fit with decor, AND extra depth. We did a total remodel, yes, WE did it. A little daunting at first, but we took our time and did it right. This tub is no exception. Thought about cast iron, but the weight, carrying it through the house without ripping walls, smashing fingers, etc..made this a no brainer. We had no chips, no dents, no problems. Install was a breeze. We are planning on buying another for the next remodel in bath #2 this summer. Great value and quality for $$ spent.
Date published: 2012-02-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The size and shape of this tub is perfect for our needs, but I am giving it three stars because o... The size and shape of this tub is perfect for our needs, but I am giving it three stars because of the damage on each tub we tried. Yes, each... as in multiple tubs were purchased or at least looked at. On the plus side, the kind staff at our local store got the forklift and pulled three different tubs off the shelves for us to look at. The last tub, and ultimately the one we have installed, still has a large looking scratch on the front bottom corner that we did not see until we got home. It is a manufacturing defect in that the porcelain did not cover the steel completely. We ended up going to another store to buy a repair kit to fix it as our tile does not cover it completely. A lot of time was wasted trying to get the right tub.
Date published: 2017-04-12
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