I have had 2 different people in the last week contact me about wanting to use the bathtub epoxy sold at home improvement stores. They bought the epoxy but wanted to hire me to just put it on. I explained the epoxy is yellow (even tho it claims to be white). The epoxy will turn a very dingy yellow once bleach is used on it, It takes 3 days for it to dry... meaning any loose hair and dust will stick to the surface during those three days and goes on dull and painted looking. I really cannot believe they are still selling this product when it is the black cloud over the refinishing industry.
Please understand the reason behind this. Bathtub Refinishing is the process on fusing a new synthetic porcelain surface into, not on top of the old surface. Anytime a surface is simply painted over the paint will peel off. Especially when you factor in the gases that are released during the curing process. If the coating is not correctly bonded it will result in bubbles and that will always result in peeling.
Get your bathtub, shower, tile or bath vanity refinished.... not painted.
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