Designed by Jacques van der Merwe for Dado Creations, the Moloko bathtub is the star of the bathroom.
May 8th, 2012
The Moloko Bathtub is an oval broad-rim freestanding bathtub suitable for 2 people.
The contemporary design of the bath makes it a popular choice for the focus point of the bathroom. Its simple lines will be in fashion for years to come.
Moloko is made of Dado’s unique Dadoquartz material – the first finely ground quartz and resin based material for bathware in the world.
The entire process of material selection, treatment and finishing of the quartz is tightly controlled.
As a result Dadoquartz offers critical features: full-bodied products, mildew and mould resistance, heat retention, colour stability, non-water absorbency, UV resistance and high thermal shock resistance.
These are the properties behind the 25-year warranty.
Discover Moloko at Dado Australia.
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