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I peeled one half inch thick epoxy paint off the floor of this tub. Under that I found a rusted area and a large hole that had been previously patched.
The owner was very happy with the finished product!
I learned that appearances can be very deceiving I knew this tub was going to need some extra work and It was a little more than I bargained for. The epoxy coating had been poured on over half an inch thick to cover the rust and previously repaired hole. I was able to keep the quote at the original price. The young lady was very appreciative. I had to use a power saw to cut through the epoxy and strip it back. It came off in a chunk about 2ft. x 2ft. I then prepped the rusted area so it would not continue to rust and then resealed the existing patch just to be safe. After that I etched the tub and tile and applied 7 coats of synthetic porcelain. I did warn the customer the tub floor would not be perfectly smooth, but it would last and be safe. She said "Whatever, you do I will be fine with". I smoothed it out better then I thought I could and the end result was a gorgeous Tub and tile restoration that is sealed tight, looks great, will last for many, many years and the grout and caulk lines are sealed so the never mildew! Bathtub refinishing Dallas,Tx. | Fusion Finish