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What you as a customer need to do:
- Any work above the tub should be completed before I refinish your tub. IE tiling, painting, etc
- If you have a drippy faucet, this would need to be repaired before I can refinish the tub.
This is very important.
- If your tub has shower doors, please remove them and the tracks.
- For ease of masking up, please remove any knick-knacks or anything hanging on the walls.
- I may have to leave some masking around the tub. This can be taken off by scoring and carefully by pulling the masking up and away from the tub - the next day.
- The customer is responsible for re-caulking; putting the drain, overflow and any other hardware back on.
- Payment is due when the job is complete.
Since the tub will look like new, you may want to consider getting a new drain and overflow depending on the condition of your existing one.
What to expect:
- I will remove the caulk (not grout) surrounding the bathtub.
- If possible, I will remove the drain. That way, the coating will get underneath the drain and it will be sealed when you put the new drain back in.
- The areas around the tub will be masked off to prevent dust getting on things.
- The bathtub will get two coats of primer, and three finish coats.
- Even though we have an exhaust fan, there will still be an odor for a few hours.
- On occasion, the masking tape may remove paint or wall paper from the wall.
Anew-It Bathtub Refinishing is not responsible should this occur.
- You may use the tub after 24 hours.
- Cleaning instructions will be left with you after the refinishing of your tub is complete.
Once the tub is refinished:
You will not be able to leave a bathmat in the bottom or use a bathmat with suction cups.
I can put a slip resistant textured finish on the bottom if you would like for an additional cost.
This is optional but recommended.