Dallas Bathtub services understands the bathtub, tile, shower, sink and vanity refinishing Industry.
We have the technology and the knowledge to restore bathtub surfaces without the inferior use of paint. Paint will peel, flake, yellow and dull with. In fact it begins to deteriorate with the very first use or cleaning of the bathtub surface.
The Dallas bathtub refinishing process has as much to do with the success of properly restoring the surface as does the coatings.
It is very important to get the process right, so the coating can do it's job. Too many times I have seen the process shortened. For the sake of time and profit key steps are missed. Chemical reactions do not occur. Without these synergistic processes the copolymer coating simply can not do its job to penetrate deep into the old surface to bond into the old surface.
Dallas Bathtub Services relies on this synergistic process to properly bond a new surface into the old surface, not on top of the old surface. This is the difference between bathtub painting and Dallas Bathtub Services Refinishing.
The best way to describe Dallas bathtub services is a professional that restores the worn, outdated and damaged surfaces of bathtubs, tiles, showers and sinks to look and feel like an original porcelain surface. At first glance you may think ... okay this is called bathtub refinishing. Not exactly, see bathtub refinishing is an umbrella word. The truth is in its truest meaning bathtub refinishing was only meant to be accomplished using a specific synergistic process of restoring these surfaces. Unfortunately, the almighty dollar has over powered quality, just as it has almost every other business. However, I will continue to educate the consumer so they can at least make an informed decision. Not bathtub refinishing and bathtub resurfacing instead Dallas Bathtub Services.
Other Bathtub Refinishing pros use paint
While other Dallas bathtub refinishing professionals and D.I.Y. enthusiast are using paints like Industrial coatings, Epoxy paint, Automotive lacquer, Aliphatic Acrylic Urethane and yes I have personally witnessed Krylon paint cans, oil based paints and even latex wall paint! Dallas bathtub services wants nothing to do with these not only inferior but guaranteed to peel paints.
It's that simple, if you paint a bathtub it is going to peel. I promise you! I swear to you! How do I know? I painted bathtubs in the 1990's with epoxy paint. Back then it was really all we had. Very seldom was it used on residential homes. It was always Apartments and Hotels. They wanted a quick fix that would look pretty good and last about 6 months. That 6 month time frame was key for Apartments because that was a lease term. So even when it started peeling in 6 months they was okay with that because now they had an incentive to get the lease signed. About 4 months into that 6 month lease they would start with an incentive letter to get the resident to resign. It offered painting, carpet cleaning, bathtub refinishing among other things. Now think about this, the apartment was just painted before they moved it... now they are offering painting again after 6 months??? I was great friends with the 2 painting contractors that ran the crews for all the apartments I serviced they would water that paint down until it was so thin it barely hung on the walls! I have witnessed it stay wet for so long mildew would start to grow! Not on one occasion but on dozens of occasions! I'm telling you this to make my point about the difference between Apartment quality and Residential Quality.
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Just as you would never allow a house painter to water down the paint to a water consistency going in your home, you should also not allow apartment grade bathtub painting to be done in your home! Lets set aside the problem of it not lasting very long, drying to a dull painted look and yellowing when bleach is used on it. Lets act like that is not even an issue for just a moment. Now think of this, what happens when it peels? Were does all of that paint go? on you and down the drain! the paint that doesn't immediately peel off but just traps water under it is going to start smelling like mildew, stagnant water in just a few days. You will get a breath coming from the bathroom and it is non stop 24 hours per day.
I absolutely do not use epoxy paint that is purchased from the local paint store or Home Improvement store. I do not use Aliphatic Acrylic Urethane paint. I use a synergistic approach as endorsed by the Professional Bathtub Refinishing Association. A synergistic approach consist of:
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