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Refinishing Advice for Bathtubs, Counters, Cabinets & More!

26. March 2013 19:41
by CMunro

To Replace or Repair a Bathtub?

26. March 2013 19:41 by CMunro | 0 Comments

That is THE bathtub refinishing question!

In an absolutely perfect world, replacing the bathtub is what we all would choose. Unfortunately, it's not quite that easy. The mess, time, and often BIG hassle to rip out a bathtub, simply to replace it because of a chip, crack, or fading finish may be not worth it. Unless a professional remodeling company is hired, but then you're looking a significant expense. If you go that road, be sure to check out how long have they have been in business, what is the warranty on the new bathtub, etc...

On the other hand, if you don't absolutely have to replace the tub (ie. you don't need to replace the plumbing, there's no water damage to the floor below the tub, etc...), then consider refinishing the bathtub, shower, sink, or even the tile.  We (as in Munro Products) have completed thousands of small chip repairs and refinished countless bathtubs, shower stalls, and tile surrounds of every shape and size imaginable, since 1972.

Yes, it can be repaired to an unnoticeable, like new condition, which can last the life of the bathtub...

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