American BathTub Restoration
Surface Refinishing. . .   Since  2004
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WARRANTY

 

 

Please Pay Close Attention:

We warranty our work against cracking or peeling from the date of completion for one (1) year or one (2) service call for homeowners and hotels, whichever comes first. If fixtures do require a touch-up and fall within the limits of this warranty, all work and material will be supplied at no cost to you. Warranty not valid on repairs, refinish only. 

 
THE WARRANTY IS NOT IN FORCE...

•    If suction-cup bathmats pillows, soap dishes or similar are on the tub.

     American Bathtub Restoration offers an anti-slip surface as a viable alternate.

•    If customers use Comet, Ajax, Kaboom or other abrasive cleaners, acids, toilet bowl

     cleaners or any product not designed specifically for bathroom fixture cleaning on the tub.

•    If customers use scrubbing sponges, steel wool, sandpaper or other gritty object to clean the tub.

•    If the tub is used within 24 hours after the refinishing process is completed.

•    If tools, ladders or other heavy objects are used in, dropped on, or knocked against the tub.

 

•    Our warranty does not cover damage to any fixture caused by wear and tear, stains, negligence, accidents, abuse, misuse, alterations or improper maintenance. Please Read Care & Maintenance Below:

 

* There are certain exceptions and exclusions to our warranty. See our current warranty statement for full details. Kitchen sinks and laundry sinks are warranted for paint peel off only for 1 year and not guaranteed due to the extreme potential of wear and tear in the nature of their use. For example heavy pots and pans may cause damage to the surface if not handled with care. Also note however that work on kitchen sinks have been seen to last for many, many years when cared for.



Care & Maintenance of Re-glazed Surfaces

 

 

 

All Kitchen and Bathroom surfaces must be maintained. Porcelain will scratch and dull over time if harsh abrasives are used or if acid drain cleaners back up into the bathtub. Kitchen sinks and counters get banged up if heavy pots and pans are carelessly handled. The following are our recommended care and maintenance suggestions to prolong the beauty of your new refinished surface.

 

 

 

1. Do not use abrasive cleansers, as they will damage the finish by scratching the surface causing the original shine to dull over time.

 

2. Do not use cleansers with bleach as this will make the surface dull and brittle.

 

3. Do not use re-glazed counters as a cutting surface. Use a cutting board to avoid scratches and knife marks.

 

4. Do not drop sharp or heavy objects on the finish, which may cause it to chip. Chips may be repaired but are best avoided.

 

5. Do not allow faucets to continue to leak. Leaky faucets must be repaired to protect the finish against the eroding action of dripping water. Constant water flow may cause the finish weaken over time or wear out prematurely.

 

6. Do not use acid bearing compounds (drain openers, tile grout cleaners) or other harsh chemicals including chemicals containing dyes that may stain the surface.

7. Do not place rubberized mats or daisy stickers in the bathtub, as they will damage the surface when removed.  Mats are not usually needed since our surface is actually safer and less slippery than a real porcelain finish. If bath mats must be used, take them out of the tub after use to avoid trapped moisture. Do not use mats with suction cups.

8. Do clean the surface with a cloth or sponge moistened with soap and water. Avoid using bleach or ammonia.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at: (855) 200.0525