Frequently Asked Questions

Even though the refinishing process has been around for a long time, there are many questions and uncertainties concerning it. Some of those uncertainties are caused by unscrupulous  companies with their poor workmanship and poor materials. Make sure you use a refinishing company that has been around for a long time and has a good reputation.


Q: What is the Lectroglaz finish?
A: Lectroglaz finish is a thermal bond cross-linked acrylic resin. It is a one of a kind system that is green federal compliant coating. The Lectroglaz finish is extremely durable and hard, but at the same time very flexible.

Q: What fixtures can be refinished?
A: Bathtubs, sinks, wall tile, acrylic/fiberglass units and showers, cultured marble and countertops. All damaged areas are repaired and fixture sprayed with super-smooth, high gloss finish in any color.

Q: How long does it take to refinish?
A: Tubs, sinks, and enclosures can take 4 to 6 hours.

Q: How long before can I use the fixture?
A: Most fixtures can be used with in 48 hours.

Q: What do I need to do before I have the refinishing done?
A: Make sure the drain is free flowing and the faucet is not dripping. Also remove all loose objects in bathroom such as towels, toiletries, and shower curtain.

Q: In the process of remodeling, when should the refinishing be scheduled?
A: Always call ahead for proper scheduling.

Q: How long will the Lectroglaz finish last?
A: The Lectroglaz system comes with a five year warranty and with proper care, should give you many years of satisfaction.

Q: How do I take care of the new surface?
A. Our beautiful, shiny and glossy finish is durable, strong, and easy to care for. Just wipe clean with any mild liquid cleaner, that is safe for acrylic, and a soft cloth or sponge.

Q: Why shouldn’t I consider a new tub or a plastic tub-liner?
A: The cost of refinishing is considerably less than the cost of replacing or installing a tub-liner. Most tub-liners fail because water gets under the drain and or behind the caulking. This causes water to get trapped and stagnant between the old tub surface and the new plastic liner. Installing a new tub will include the added cost of replacing plumbing fixtures, wall board, wall tile, pipes, etc. With refinishing, your bathtub or wall tile will look brand new at a fraction of the cost, and with no mess to clean up.