Think the Bathroom from Trainspotting was Bad? These Bathrooms Come Close to That

Updated: May 04, 2023

You might want to cover your eyes for some of these...

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Sunken Tub

You wanted a sunken tub, but you didn’t get one. You’re going to have one real quick at this place, here’s how to install a bathtub. Make sure to consider these 12 things before buying a new bathtub.

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Time for a Deep Clean

Someone remodeled this bathroom to a version they can live with but the health department might want a renovation of a different kind. Speed clean a bathroom with these super helpful tips.

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Abandoned Home Toilet

This toilet comes from the UK in an abandoned council house. It looks like someone lit a fire inside of it at some point. Did you ever hear about someone who actually lit something on fire in a toilet?

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At Least They Lit a Candle

This bathroom looks like something out of a horror movie and the candle certainly adds to the spookiness of the whole thing. If this gives you the creeps these 110 super scary home inspector stories will make the hair on the back of neck stand up.

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Bathtub Toilet

This thing is scary on a number of levels but we’ll start with the obvious. Someone converted a bathtub into a toilet. They didn’t stop there because it looks like they use it since there’s a urinal deodorant cake in the middle of it. It’s all pretty disgusting. Don’t ever put a urinal in your home and don’t do these 35 things if you’re trying to sell the place.

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Gardening in the Bathroom

Something blew into this bathroom and it looks like it hasn’t been touched in a number of years. There are plants growing on the floor and in the wall.

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Asbestos Mine Bathroom

The bathrooms in South Africa were used by asbestos miners up until 2001. The village was developed in the 1940s and it has been vandalized since the mine closed. Old homes used to have asbestos in them but are you aware of the 12 hazardous household items and how to get rid of them?

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Abandoned Farmhouse Bathroom

We’re not sure what Joanna Gaines would say about this old farmhouse bathroom, though she’d probably like to renovate it.

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There’s Something Growing on the Wall

You thought that pink slime in your bathroom was gross, but the green on the walls of this bathroom are almost radioactive looking. Mold and mildew can be a serious problem if not handled properly. Here’s how to get rid of mold and mildew for good.

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Ever Heard of a Toilet Brush?

It looks like this toilet has never gotten a cleaning of any sort.

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Lime Scale Breakout

This toilet at least has a toilet brush nearby but who knows if it has touched the toilet before. Lime scale has overtaken this toilet and it can be tough to remove.

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Abandoned Toilet

Someone must’ve had to get out of town in a hurry because they left behind an almost full roll of toilet paper in this abandoned home. Ever wonder what the best toilet paper is for your plumbing and which way the toilet paper should hang?

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Deteriorating Toilet

A rich patina is great for antiques but not so much for an old toilet like this one. This toilet is a bit of relic and makes you think about what toilets have looked like through history.

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Dirty Squat Toilet

If you’ve never encountered a squat toilet before it can be a little daunting. They mostly found in Asia and are said to be easier to clean, though this one hasn’t received any attention for a long time.

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Chernobyl Toilet

The iron is pretty evident in this toilet from Pripyat, Ukraine, where the Chernobyl disaster took place in 1986, but you have to wonder what else is still around this old toilet, like radiation. Here’s a super simple way to get rid of those rust stains in toilets.