Bathtub Refinishing, Arlington in Dallas County - Today I was able to help out a family that literally had to have the bathtub refinished but they were being quoted huge prices by other companies to strip the old epoxy off the bathtub. The man contacted me and simply said "I don't have the money to pay an extra $250 on top of the refinishing cost to strip all the old bathtub paint off". The bathtub had to be refurbished to pass inspection and like most of us the man was on a budget and had a Family. I understood! I knew stripping that tub would take about an hour extra so we worked out a day that was slow for me and worked out for him so I could spend the extra time and not be rushed. I have posted the Before / After pictures below. He was very appreciative and I not only was able to leave him with a product that looked great, but a bathtub that will give him years of great looks and service. I also appreciated the work and his willingness to work with me so I could refinish his bathtub on a day that I normally would have nothing to do. It was a win, win situation for both of us.
If you notice on the pictures below the old paint was yellow. That is a sign of epoxy paint. It will yellow when bleach is used on it. Which is one of many reasons the bathtub refinishing industry stopped using epoxy paint years ago! It is cheap. However, It also looks "painted", it will yellow when bleach is used on it .... and bleach is in almost all bathroom cleaners that I know of. I applied synthetic porcelain to the bathtub and instantly updated the bathroom for him within about 3 hours.
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