Bathroom Products Made in the USA



Bath Tubs

Bathroom Products

Head Towels
  • [Total: 2    Average: 3.5/5]
    1888 Mills Traces their deep roots to the heritage of textile manufacturing in the United States, 1888 Mills’ Griffin, Georgia towel facilities were started by a group of textile veterans... Read More
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    CURL-ease™ is the only towel designed for wavy, curly or textured hair.  Lightweight and 100% cotton, it dries hair quickly and decreases frizz.  Comes in white, pink and chocolate brown.... Read More

Plumbing Parts Made in the USA

Shower Heads

Towels
  • [Total: 2    Average: 3.5/5]
    1888 Mills Traces their deep roots to the heritage of textile manufacturing in the United States, 1888 Mills’ Griffin, Georgia towel facilities were started by a group of textile veterans... Read More

Bathroom products made in the USA is just what you need if you are remodeling or decorating your bathroom. This page of the American made products directory is dedicated to Bathroom Decor and products Made in the USA. New products are always being added to this list because we are always searching for items to add to the director.

Don’t stop at the Bathroom products made in the USA page when we have so many other categories to browse as well like Building material made in the USA. And for the other popular room in the house we have large amount of Kitchen products made in the USA to select from. Room to room we have you covered with American made choices.

Whenever you make the decision to buy American products you help fellow Americans keep or get a job. The last few decades have seen a dramatic reduction in manufacturing jobs that used to employ so many of us. Many economist continue to tout the unfair trade deals the United States have entered into as a great thing. They keep saying the “New Economy” will employ more Americans and that record trade deficits are good for the average American. Chances are if you are visiting this site you know it is not working. The new valuable tech companies don’t employ nearly as many people as an old school manufacturing company of equal value did. Just look at today’s most valuable companies like Facebook as an example, it was last reported in 2016 that they employed about 17, 000 people. That is nothing to be ashamed of because those are great paying jobs. For contrast look at Standard Oil in 1909 had 60,000 employees to produce the kind of wealth that today’s tech companies can produce with 10,000 or maybe less.


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