The Cape Fix a Bath Professional Resurfacing Process
Here is some information about what you can expect when we resurface your sanware items with our professional bath resurfacing process:
The bath resurfacing process takes about 3 to 4 hours depending on the condition of the bath. We make sure to completely cover your taps, tiles and floor to protect the surfaces.
If the bath was resurfaced before, we first remove the old product before the preparation can start.
A chemical process is used to prepare the surface of the bath for resurfacing.
We give a rust treatment if necessary and then fill any chips and pinholes with sealers and smooth out.
Then we start with the spraying of primers and topcoats.
Once we are done with the spraying we remove any paper and covers from the bath with the exception of the taps and handles. The covers on the taps can be removed by the customer before use. The bathroom windows and doors must stay closed for at least 24 hours to prevent dust or other particles from settling on the wet surface. The re-surfaced area must not be used for at least 24 hours.
The spraying process involves chemicals. We care for our customers and we recommend that customers with respiratory problems leave the immediate area while we spray. Fortunately, the smell doesn’t linger long afterward but caution should be exercised. Our technicians wear protective clothing and face masks.