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unusual use of radiant mat

dmickus
dmickus Member Posts: 2
I would like to heat a small bathroom (75 sq ft )by covering the exterior of a clawfoot cast iron tub with heat matting, thinking the tub would act as a radiator.Anyone ever heard of doing this?

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  • GroundUp
    GroundUp Member Posts: 1,495
    Kind of defeats the purpose of a clawfoot tub doesn't it? Literally any other surface in the room would give you more heat output and not look like someone glued it together IMO
  • dmickus
    dmickus Member Posts: 2
    The tub is framed in and tiled, you can't see the ext. it can be accessed from the crawlspace. I thought it could keep the water warmer for long soaks, no visual heater, and be quiet, unlike toe kick heater I have now.