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Old 01-25-2014, 12:27 PM   #1
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Bath Tub Resurfacing

Hi everyone

I am a licensed painting contractor in Bluffton SC and am wanting to start doing bath tub/tile and counter top resurfacing.
I have been researching some of the companies out there like Munro bath tub products, Integrity coatings, NAPCO and a few others.
I have reached a point now where I don't know anymore which of these companies products are really good and which are not.
Some of the companies offer online training and some are trying to sell the idea that one has to go to their location for training for two or three days which involves airfare, hotel accommodation and the $500 fee for the training itself.
Can somebody give me some advice on which supplier has the best product for tub refinishing,tile resurfacing, counter top resurfacing.
I would really appreciate some positive feed back and help here.
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Old 01-25-2014, 10:20 PM   #2
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Re: Bath Tub Resurfacing

I had a tub crack or scratch or whatever repaired once and the guy was with some franchise and he could have put a coating on the floors, etc. if I had let him. Sometimes you'll be in a bathroom which has been coated.

I thought the name of the franchise was saniflo or sanitec or something like that, but that is not correct.

I could see how something like this might be of value if you had a motel with a bunch of bathrooms which needed re-tiled and you could do this and get down the road for a few more years.


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Old 01-26-2014, 02:34 AM   #3
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My refinisher orders his stuff from
As far as I know, it's good stuff and I've never had a call back on refinishing.
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