Before Getting Anything Refinished….Consider This!


Bathbrite is the only refinishing company in the DFW Metroplex to develope, test and employ a proprietary, highly durable, low odor and fast curing coating system.  We take great pride in the fact that our customers will not have to tolerate abnoxious and toxic odors for days as is the general rule for most refinishing methods. Our customers can even use most any surface we resurface in a matter of hours—not days!  Why do we do this?  Because we care about our customers convenience, health and safety.

Questions To Ask Any Refinishing Company…

  • How long have you been in business?
  • How many business names have you operated under in that length of time?
  • How long have you operated under your present business name?
  • Are you insured?
  • Are there any types of acid used in your process?
  • What type of paint do you use? (urethane, epoxy, enamal, etc..)
  • Who manufactures your paint? (Sherwin-Williams, Hawk, Dupont, etc.)
  • Does your paint have overspray?
  • Does your material have odors?  Why?
  • How long does it take to do my tub?
  • Can the work be completed in 1 visit to my home?
  • Do you remove the protective paper and clean the work area or do I have to do that?
  • Does your material take more than 10 hours to cure?
  • Do you recaulk the tub or paint over the old caulk?  If not, how much extra is recaulking of the tub?
  • Is your warranty in writing?  Is it pro-rated?  Can you explain it to me?

Do’s And Don’ts About Refinishing

  • DO NOT shop for refinishing based on price alone.  Remember, the lowest price probably means the company is using cheap material, less experienced techs, cutting corners on preparation, poor warranty, recently started business or all of this! A “Cheap” refinishing job will probably come back to haunt you!
  • DO  ask questions.
  • DO NOT  be misled by false claims such as porcelain finish, porcelain glaze or porcelain paint.
  • DO  insist on the best value for your money.
  • DO NOT  be misled by companies claiming to have the "most durable" finish --- Ask them to prove it!