When to resurface...

When fixtures are dull, chipped, porous and/or pitted, or if you're just interested in a color change, resurfacing is a great alternative to replacement. Replacing fixtures can be costly, messy and time-consuming in comparison to resurfacing. A single fixture can be prepped and sprayed in a day; cured and ready to use in twenty-four to forty-eight hours.

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What our surface can be applied to...

. Porcelain sinks & tubs

. Fiberglass tubs & showers

. Cultured marble

. Kitchen appliances

. Ceramic tile

. Counter tops and more...

How we resurface...

The original surface is first cleaned thoroughly, repairs are made, and then it is chemically prepped. Three primer coats are sprayed on followed by three top coats, providing a lasting, lustrous finish.
The primer and top coats applied are an acrylic-polymer that is beautiful, durable, easy to clean, and environmentally friendly.
Unlike an epoxy, the acrylic-polymer coating will not lose its color or yellow with time and it contains no isocyanates.