Resurface – don’t replace

Resurface – don’t replace


Posted 27th May 2016

HS PROMOTION

Over time, all sanitaryware will start to show signs of wear and tear and eventually you’ll want to do something about it. We've caught up with Tubby to find out their quick fix to get the sparkle back in your bathroom.

While replacing the bath might initially seem the obvious choice, it comes with its own set of problems and challenges. Firstly there’s the cost of the bath itself, then the old bath needs to be pulled out and the new bath fitted. All this takes time, costs money and often creates mess and inconvenience.

This is where resurfacing can help. By resurfacing your bath you could save over 80% compared to the cost of replacing it, as well as not having to worry about any upheaval. You can resurface your bath in-situ, without any mess or fuss.

Tubby DIY kits are perfect for resurfacing any type of bath whether it has an enamel, acrylic, ceramic or any other type of surface – the kit will enable you to resurface your bath quickly and easily and contain everything you need to rejuvenate your whole bathroom suite in any of our 47 standard colours.

Tubby UK offers full technical support over the phone and via email to all our customers and you will be speaking to a real expert, not a call centre.

No mess, no fuss – just a shiny new bath at a fraction of the cost of replacement.

If DIY is not your cup of tea, give our parent company, Mendabath UK a call, we can offer a professional service with a five-year guarantee.

For more information please visit www.tubbyuk.com





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