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26. August, 2013|Reglazing


Restoring your damaged and dated bathtub is easy with help from Pronto Refinish

Is your bathtub chipped, scratched, stained, or otherwise superficially damaged? Is it an ugly color that marks it as a relic from the 1970s? Bathtub reglazing from Pronto Refinish is the fast, easy, and affordable way to correct either or both of these problems.

Step 1: Contact Us for a Free Estimate

If you’re interested in restoring your damaged or dated bathtub with reglazing, you can contact us for a free estimate. In general, you can expect to spend less than $500 to completely refinish your tub and get a fresh, clean, like-new surface. Compare that to the $4,000 cost of your typical tub replacement or the $2,400 cost of your average tub liner install, and it’s clear that reglazing delivers a better value.

Step 2: Schedule Your Appointment

If you’re happy with your estimate, the next step is to set up your appointment. You’ll need to reserve a block of about 4 hours for us to complete the work. We’ll take care of removing or masking off any fixtures so that the reglazing compound doesn’t get on them, so the only prep work you have to worry about is letting us into the building and selecting your reglazing color. We’ll fill in any chips and cracks before we begin to ensure the new surface is smooth. Then we’ll apply the reglazing compounds and finish it all off with a final sprayed topcoat for a high gloss finish.

Step 3: Give the Tub Time to Cure

Your tub will look like new once we finish the reglazing process, but it won’t quite be ready to use yet. If you’ve used our traditional reglazing method, the tub will require 48 hours to cure. If you’ve used our Eco Process, it will require just 1 hour.

Step 4: Care for Your Newly Restored Tub

After your tub has been reglazed, you’ll need to take good care of it to ensure that your new surface doesn’t become damaged like the old one did. Use non-abrasive cleaners and a soft sponge to avoid creating scratches that may lead to staining. Also, don’t use bath accessories that attach with suction cups, as these can cause the new surface to pull away from the tub. We also recommend wiping the tub dry with a towel after each use to prevent rust and mineral buildup.