What Is Reglazing In San Diego?

No matter how it’s called, this is what we do better


These days, the terms “reglazing,” “refinishing,” and “resurfacing” all refer to the same product. A fresh surface that is an upgrade over the original one that may be dull, discolored, or worn out from age and use can be obtained by applying substances to the surface of a fixture that has already been placed. 

Another thing to remember is that before reglazing, we also correct things like chips, cracks, rust, and numerous other flaws or damage. Naturally, all of the work is completed on-site. 

By reglazing, you can significantly increase the usable life of the fixture and prevent having to replace it. It is also simple to clean.

Why Do Bathtub Reglazing San Diego


Common Applications: Bathtubs And Walls, Sinks

When you bang on fiberglass, it has a hollow “plastic” feel and sound. It is made of a mixture of numerous materials that were cast together. It is adaptable and may be used for various sizes and forms.


Common Applications: Bathtubs

To the touch, porcelain is cold and hard, and when you knock on it, the typically white polish makes it sound like a hefty, thick metal. 


Common Applications: Bathtubs And Sinks

To the touch, this fixture material seems icy. When you knock on it, it sounds like a thin, hard, hollow metal. The name refers to the structural black metallic material used to create the fixture’s form by applying great pressure to a heated sheet of steel in a mold. Then, a porcelain-like, oven-baked finish is applied. It is the same substance used in gas ranges. One unique property of this material is that it chips easily under severe contact, leaving behind black oval or round dents.


Common Applications: Bathtubs, Walls, Sinks, Jacuzzi

Cultured marble is a man-made, bulky, plastic, resinous material that resembles natural stone yet, when touched, feels less cold or hot than a natural stone would in a comparable situation. It usually stays a little bit warmer than the surrounding air. It almost sounds like wood when you knock on it since the sound it makes is duller than that of natural stone.


Common Applications: Bathtubs, Jacuzzi

Since the surface of this plastic resin substance feels and appears to resemble most finishes used on fiberglass fixtures, it is more challenging to distinguish. Acrylic allows for the construction of thinner fixtures than fiberglass, but they are often thicker. Breaking, cutting, or burning a piece of it is required in order to fully identify it. We treat it as though it were fiberglass when reglazing it.


Common Applications: Bathroom And Kitchen Countertops

The substance is a thin veneer of tough, heat-resistant plastic resin that is adhered to the wood. Formica is typically used for worktops, vanities, tables, and other surfaces that require frequent moist cleaning or exposure to moisture.


Common Applications: Walls, Countertops

Special clays were melted in a high-temperature kiln to create this ceramic product. The porcelain-like surface finish, which gives the tile its final color and texture, is also melted in the oven. Contact us at White Tub Refinishing for bathtub refinishing services.