Fluoropolymer coating is crosslinked and infused with silicone and polyester resin. Did you know the P.B.R.A. does not endorse using epoxy paint and Acrylic Urethane paint on bathtubs? Yet more times than not that is exactly what you are going to pay your hard earned money for. Sure it will have a warranty.. a prorated warranty which means you will still have to pay something! See my Videos, And Prices
What makes me different?
For starters I use Fluoropolymer coatings etched into the old surface and chemically welded to the old surface with silane. Have you ever heard of silane? Well, it was developed by the aerospace industry to make sure the paint bonded to high altitude planes and space equipment. Moisture will catalyze saline so it becomes even stronger after use when the surface is subjected to temperature changes and condensation forms.
It's an easy step to leave out because it is never seen... unless it's not used, then it will surely be seen as you have a peeling mess going down your bathtub!
Silane is available in hundreds of different types or strengths. Some of the weaker ones are found in primer paints because it helps to seal water stains and promotes bonding. High quality Silane are hundreds of dollars per gallon! However when used and combined with the etching process you get a surface that is not only integrated into the old surface but chemically welded into the old surface. Also going back to the Fluoropolymer coating it's not paint. It would be a fair statement According to the P.B.R.A (Professional Bathtub Refinishing Association) to say the bathtub is getting a spray in tub liner since the fluoropolymer is closer to plastic than anything else. The end result is a non toxic, gorgeous surface that looks and feels like porcelain and is expected to last over 20 years with everyday use! I back my work up with an 8 year transferable warranty and that is NOT prorated! If my surface fails in 8 years it is redone at no charge! 972-391-7994
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Dallas Bathtub Pros since 1991 in the Dallas,Tx. area.