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Utah's Premier Kitchen And Bath Refinisher
Utah's Premier Kitchen And Bath Refinisher

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Hit us up for some Resurfacing, and we'll hook you up.
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#techtiptuesday today is about coating runs and sags. Runs and sags are visible in the finish as drips and buildups of coating that are uneven on the surface. These are common occurances for those who are inexperienced, and are often the tell-tale mark of a bad refinisher. Spraying a tub takes an experienced hand, that's why it's done best by a resurfacing professional, like our technicians.
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Get your tub looking brand new! Call 801-295-1101 for a free estimate! #Goodasnew #ChoiceResurfacing
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For #TechtipTuesday today, our post is on Orange Peel. Orange peel is uneven surface formation, which is a result of coating droplets drying out before they can flow out and level together smoothly on the surface. This is why it's integral for a Resurfacing technician to have proper spraying technique and to spray at the right pace, so that problems like Fisheye and Orange Peel are prevented.
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Check out this tub transformation! Rust and staining repaired and taken care of like it was never there. Want your tub looking brand new? Give us a call! 801-295-1101 #rustbusters #tubtransformation
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Learn how to make Sushi at an intro to Sushi making class! Japanese heritage not required!
https://www.visitsaltlake.com/…/Intro-to-Sushi-Makin…/11583/
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Always be sure to get the warranty in writing when you're having work done. Businesses can and oftentimes will say whatever you want to hear, but unless that warranty is in writing and in your hands, you've got no guarantee. Luckily, Choice Resurfacing offers a 5-year worry-free warranty on our adhesion.
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For #techtiptuesday we're going to talk about fisheye. Fisheye can be caused by improper surface cleaning or preparation when removing silicon. Silicon adheres firmly to the paint film, and when the paint dries, it takes extra effort to remove. Once removed, the silicon leaves little crater marks in the paint called fisheye. Fisheye can be removed using a combination of fish eye remover and a double coat of color, or in the most severe cases, sanding down and resurfacing may be required.
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