How long does it take to respray a bathroom or kitchen?
Generally a bathroom can be resprayed in 1-2 days and a kitchen usually takes between 3-4 days to complete.
We provide a 5 year guarantee on our resurfacing work. This excludes bench tops which have a 3 year adhesion guarantee.
Respraying does leave a smell, but it doesn’t hang around very long.
No surfaces don’t chip easily, however you do need to take care with resurfaced areas.
No there shouldn’t be any mould in the grout lines, as the grout is sealed by the paint.
Don’t use abrasives, acids, or bleaches. Spray cleaner and a cloth should be sufficient. For further information, please contact your technician.
No the resurfaced areas will go on white and stay white, unlike some enamel paints.
No , we do not recommend spraying floors, the paint is not designed for that purpose. What we do is retile your floor, directly over your existing tile, including fitting new floor wastes. As long as your floor is structurally sound, this will save the expense and upheaval of ripping out your tiles and waterproofing to start from scratch.