Warranty and Care and Maintenance
Our Warranty and Care and Maintenance Instructions
Thank you for choosing Reliable Reglazing for your refinishing.
Please read the following carefully as it affects how the refinished item will stand up to daily wear and tear and affects your warranty.
Curing of the Finish
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE GLAZE BE ALLOWED 48 HOURS TO CURE.
Do not put anything on the reglazed surface including water for 48 hours. A full cure takes about 6 days so it is best not to leave any shampoo bottles or other items on the tub for a long period of time until 6 days have passed. Any faucet that is dripping will cause damage to the finish especially in the first 6 day period Even after a full cure it will wear out the finish especially at the drain area if it is not repaired and allowed to drip onto the finish.
TO RETAIN THE FINISH OF NEWLY REGLAZED FIXTURES
- Never use abrasive cleaners.
- Never use concentrated bleach or products which contain bleach on or near reglazed surfaces.
- Never use a knife or other sharp object on a reglazed counter. Use a cutting board.
- Never drop a sharp or heavy object on the glazed item.
- Never use chemical drain cleaners as these will certainly damage the surface.
- Never use rubberized mats or stickers on the tub. If you absolutely must use a mat it must be removed promptly from the tub. Water trapped under mat will cause peeling.
- Hair coloring and some other types of cosmetic products may cause discoloration.
The warranty is to cover damages which are a result of errors in application. All of the above would be issues which would result in damage which would not be covered under the warranty period. The warranty period is 5 years on most items except the following, kitchen sinks, fiberglass repairs and rust repairs.
HOW TO CLEAN
Some cleaners that have been used without problems are listed below: Simple Green, Scrubbing Bubbles, Lysol Tub & Tile Cleaner, Dow Tub & Tile Cleaner, Fantastic, Formula 409, Windex, Diluted bleach (2 ounces to a pint of water) can be used to disinfect surfaces if removed promptly and rinsed thoroughly.
Consult with the technician on any questions regarding care.