How to Prepare for your Refinish Work
Knowing what to expect and what we need you to do when we arrive will help your refinish work proceed smoothly. Here are some guidelines, and let us know if you have additional questions.
- FOR BATH ROOM REFINISH WORK, MAKE SURE FAUCETS DO NOT DRIP - FIX ANY PLUMBING ISSUES PRIOR TO REFINISH WORK
- FOR BATH ROOM REFINISH WORK, REMOVE ALL SHAMPOO BOTTLES, TOOTHBRUSHES, AND JEWELRY FROM THE BATHROOM
- REMOVE SCREEN FROM WINDOW CLOSEST TO THE REFINSIH WORK (NOT A WINDOW IN THE SAME ROOM AS THE REFINISH PROJECT)
- CLEAR A PATH FROM FRONT DOOR TO THE REFINSH AREA AND THE CLOSEST WINDOW
- CLEAN ALL CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS AND DUST FROM THE AREA (IF APPLICABLE)
- RESERVE PARKING SPOT FOR SERVICE VEHICLE AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO THE REFINISH WORK BEING PERFORMED
- REMOVE ALL PETS AND CHILDREN FROM THE AREA
During refinishing masking tape is used to protect your adjacent surfaces. Occasionally paint will adhere to our tape and come off during the unmasking process, especially if primer was not used. We do our best to minimize this; however, touch-up painting of surrounding edges should be prepared for.
All newly refinished surfaces will have some dust settle on the surface after the final coat has been applied. Do not be alarmed and do not try to remove any specks. Normal use and wiping surface with a wet cloth or sponge for the first five days will remove these minor blemishes.
Maintain faucets. A steady drip will erode any finish, even porcelain and steel. Any damage caused by lack of maintaining faucets will not be covered by our warranty.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads. Over time this will sand down the surface. Your new finish is easily cleaned with a towel or sponge. **see recommended cleaner list
Do not use industrial solvents on the refinished surface, including drain cleaners, paint thinner, lacquer thinner, gasoline, or Lemon oil. **see recommended cleaner list
Do not use rubber or suction cup mats on bottom of tub.
Regular cleaning will enhance the beauty and durability of your finished surfaces. As with all surfaces, abrasive or acid based cleaning products should be avoided.
RECOMMENDED products for cleaning:
• Dawn liquid dish soap
• Zep! Tub & Tile
• Bleach (small amounts with water)
AVOIDED products (when cleaning):
• Drain Cleaners
• Heavy Scouring Pads
• Products with Abrasives
• Bleach (straight-up)