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Yes, you can refinish a bathtub, removing any blemishes and cracks and making it look brand new. This is especially true for porcelain tubs or tubs with a porcelain finish. You can also recolour the old bathtub or add a new coating which will make it look more attractive.
Bathroom reglazing is one of the most affordable options when it comes to renovating your bathroom. The process will provide you with a new bathtub, without having to actually buy a new one. While the process doesn't take long, it will require you to leave your house for at least 24 hours as the chemicals used in the process are very toxic.
Yes, you can paint your porcelain, ceramic or fibreglass bathtub and refresh its colour using epoxy paint for longer-lasting durability and better adhesion. Do not use standard interior paint as it may crack and peel off easier under the hot temperatures and moisture your bathtub is exposed to daily.
Yes, plumbers can replace your old bathtub or install a brand new one and hook everything up correctly. Your plumber will be able to safely remove your old tub, repair any cracks or broken parts of the wall and floor and fit the new bathtub properly, connecting it to the drain and waste and overflow unit under it.