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# How Many Gallons of Water Does a Bathtub Hold?

The average bathtub is 60 inches long and 30 inches wide, and it can hold between 35 and 50 gallons of water. Larger units, like soaking tubs or tubs that stand alone, can hold between 60 and 80 gallons of water. Most spa tubs and corner tubs can hold between 70 and 120 gallons of water.

A 10-minute shower, on the other hand, uses anywhere from 25 to 50 gallons of water or more, depending on the type of showerhead that is used. The maximum volume of a bathtub can be found by multiplying the inner width, length, and depth in inches by 1,728 and then converting the result to cubic feet. The tubâ€™s volume in gallons is then found by multiplying the total number of cubic feet by 7.5, since 1 cubic foot is equal to 7.5 gallons.

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