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I'm looking back at some of the pages on my website and some of my blogs. I just noticed I had not updated several of them in two years! I see one that started out "Here we are Starting a new year in 2016" I actually remember setting at my parents house visiting them and writing that blog while my wife took my mother to get her hair done. I had no Idea it had been over 2 years ago!
So this entry is not going to be about Bathtub refinishing. Instead it's just going to be a time to hopefully get anyone reading it to stop and enjoy the people in your life! To remember that the small stuff is just not worth getting upset about.
Also I would like to add ... If you need a quality bathtub refinishing service give me a call!!
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Are you ready to get your home ready for the spring? A restored bathtub and tile look will not only update your bathroom but also update your home!
If you are ready for a permanent solution and not a temporary painted fix then please give me a call! Or send me an email! I have been in business right here in Dallas,TX. since 1991 and I am ready to bring my experience to your project!
I definitely will not be the guy that cuts corners and "makes it work" I am the guy that offers you a residential quality, restored bathtub and tile that I truly expect for you to enjoy for the next 20 years! Always with a great warranty!
Here we are knocking on the door to 2018! Wow! Another year has slipped by and I have met so many great people this year and I am very appreciative of the work I have been blessed with! Thank You!
Bathtub Refinishing Dallas established in 1992. Please take a moment to look over my bathtub, shower, tile and bath vanity refinishing prices and procedures.
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Bathtub painting is sometimes what people mistakenly call bathtub refinishing. However, if you are talking about the epoxy d.i.y. paint kits then it really gets confusing because they call themselves bathtub refinishing kits but are simply epoxy paint. (LOL) I am literally laughing out loud trying to explain this because I feel like I'm doing the old Abbott and Costello skit of Who's on first!
Yeah It's like that! Especially, when we throw in the terms of refinishing, reglazing, resurfacing then as I'm researching key terms for my website I find ones that i'm honestly not sure if they are legitimate words! Like reporcelain, What? What's on second! Okay so I also find repurpose which throws me for a loop because I thought when you repurpose something it would change what it was meant for. Example, If you own land, cattle and horses and use an old clawfoot bathtub for a water trough then you repurpose that tub. Who? No, who's on first!
Okay so then we have refurbish which does make sense I completely understand that one. Bathtub refacing okay I absolutely get that! In fact, That is exactly what it's all about!
Maybe an explanation would help of how these terms came to life.
Bathtub Painting - This would be because in the past even when I started in the refinishing business in 1992 we only had one choice to redo (another term!) a bathtub or tile and that was epoxy paint. It looked dull, the customer could not use bleach on it because it would yellow and it lasted about 6 months to a year depending on how often it was used. This was great for Apartments because a lease term was usually 6 mos. to a year and then they would turn the unit for the next customer.
Bathtub reglazing - because people did not know what to call it they would simply say my bathtub is not shiny, it is missing the glaze. (Which was the result of using comet or any abrasive cleaner and scratching up the surface.)
Bathtub Resurfacing, Bathtub Refinishing - These were brought about and made popular around 1999 because the bathtub refinishing Industry had made changes. There was a coating called synthetic porcelain made especially for bathtub and tile refinishing. So professional refinishers were trying to teach consumers that we no longer simply painted bathtubs with epoxy. This was complicated by the fact that some professionals refused to change coatings and still used epoxy and the d.i.y. kits started calling the kits tub and tile refinishing.