"Why should I use ALLINONE-REGLAZING instead of replacing my existing bathtub?"
Put yourself in the position of someone deciding whether to replace or refinish an existing bathroom or tub. Replacement bathtub fixtures are almost invariably of lesser quality than the original. (They don't make tubs like they use to!) ALLINONE-REGLAZING's refinishing/restoration process takes hours verses weeks of expensive removal and replacement of bathtubs, tiles and other bathroom fixtures. Additionally, tub removal and replacement costs average between $1,500 to $3,000. The cost of a ALLINONE-REGLAZING refinishing is a fraction of this average: about 15%. Customers realize a savings close to 85%!
"Can ALLINONE-REGLAZING repair chips and cracks?"
Yes! ALLINONE-REGLAZING can easily restore worn bathtubs, chipped or broken tile without the hassle or expense of replacement. Existing bathroom fixtures such as bathtubs, sinks, floor,tubs, kitchen and wall tiles, countertops and more can be repaired and resurfaced for a fraction of replacement costs.
Damaged porcelain, fiberglass, vitreous china, tub,cast iron, stainless steel, Formica and cultured marble can also be restored with a matching finish, avoiding the cost along with the inconvenience of replacement.
ALLINONE-REGLAZING chip repairs result in a like-new finish, durable enough that the same guarantee of a new bathtub is offered by ALLINONE-REGLAZING. The resurfacing process includes original, matte, satin, speckle and glossy. ALLINONE-REGLAZING can be used to completely refinish a bathroom fixture or surface, or to repair isolated chips to their original finish. Customers are extremely gratified with ALLINONE-REGLAZING and the price.
"When I have a bathroom fixture , does it require special care or cleaning materials?"
No! The new ALLINONE-REGLAZING finish should be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner just as you would with a new bathroom fixture, tub or tile. Abrasives are capable of damaging even the most durable surfaces.
"Can a single chip in my bathroom fixture be repaired?"
Yes! It can be completely blended into the surface.