Bath Refinishing FAQ’s
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If you are considering refinishing or remodeling your bathroom, you may have questions. Amazing Glaze, LLC has composed a list of frequently asked questions and provided answers to ensure you are well-informed of our refinishing and remodeling process. Please do not hesitate to contact us at (202) 550-3025 if you have any further questions or wish to receive a free estimate.
What can your team re-glaze or refinish?
We can re-glaze and refinish a variety of surfaces throughout your kitchen or bathroom including bathtubs, showers, sinks, vanities, ceramic tile, porcelain tile, clawfoot tubs, antique farm sinks, and cultured marble vanities.
How long does the refinishing or re-glazing process take?
Depending on the size and complexity of your surface, we can usually re-glaze or refinish your fixture within four to six hours! It is imperative you do not use your shower or sink for 24 hours after the re-glazing or refinishing process.
Can I choose the color you re-glaze or resurface my fixture with?
Yes, you can choose the color we use to re-glaze or resurface your fixture! You can select any color from the Sherwin Williams palette and there is a $25.00 tinting charge for any special colors.
What can I use to clean my new re-glazed fixture?
When you clean your newly re-glazed fixture, you can only use water-based chemicals such as 409, Scrubbing Bubbles, Fantastic, and Tilex. Harsh cleaners including Soft Scrub and Comet should never be used on re-glazed surfaces and can void your warranty.
Does my old bathtub have lead in it?
Believe it or not, it is actually ADDED to some porcelain enamel glazes as a bonding or pigmenting agent. When the glaze cracks/chips or begins to wear thin due to use the lead leaches into bath water. Children are likely to drink bath water, which increases their exposure, but it can also be somewhat absorbed through the skin.When refinishing our primer has a lead shield in it to greatly reduce the chances of exposure.