|Posted by hj on February 27, 2004 at 14:53:04:|
|In response to Re: Sunken Tub Refurnish??|
They might not be able to restore the non-skid bottom. It should look as good as new, it should be durable, and since it is a drop in tub, it should definitely be "cost effective". This is all dependent upon the company that does it and the materials and process they use.
: We have purchased a 1970 vintage house with a "sunken tub". We'd kind of like to keep it. It's kind of a novelty to take one step down into the tub. It's cast iron with what I would presume to be a Porcelain finish and a very non-skid surface built into the finish on the bottom of the tub.
: Can this finish be.....re-Porcelainized...(for lack of a better word)? Would the non-skid feature still be in place after the refinishing? Should we expect that the tub will look good as new? Is it durable? Is it cost effective?
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