Deep bathtubs refinishing is a way to make any old tub look new again. Consider your options and decide whether or not bathtub refinishing is right for you. The first step in refinishing is any surface cleaning and sanding. You must apply a bonding agent and primer before the paint adheres to a surface of porcelain or fiberglass. Professionals use a sprayer to ensure uniform layers, a respirator to protect against inhalation of chemicals and a ventilation system to keep fumes to pass through the house. The time required depends on the drying time of products.
A professional can refinish a bathtub in a few hours. You cannot use a newly refinished bath for at least 48 hours after the process is complete. Although it is quite possible to refinish your bathtub yourself, the results may not be what you want. Brush products may seem uneven. Non-professional products are slowing drying and not as durable as those used by professional painters. Beyond that, it comes with harsh chemicals. Without adequate ventilation, and a ventilator, which could be dangerous? If work goes wrong, you may end up having to replace the deep bathtubs
because the product requires separate potentially deadly chemicals. The main benefit of refinishing is its low cost compared to replacing the tub or installing a liner. Refinishing the deep bathtubs is better than the installation of a hot coating because the new finisher is attached to the surface of the tub so that water cannot penetrate it. With proper care, you can extend the life of your bath by 10 to 15 years.