Bath Recovery Technology
In our country, in each of its cities, there will be thousands of baths in a terrible, just deplorable state. Yellowed, with peeling, porous enamel, and sometimes simply coarse and deep chips on the sides. In such a bathroom, you can really stand, taking a shower, because trying to lie in it is equivalent to trying to lie on a coarse sandpaper, studded with nails. If you try to just stretch out in such a bathroom, but also to move after that - scratched skin is guaranteed.
And not all owners of such "miracles" just spare money for a replacement. By itself, the idea to put a new bath entails not only cash costs . In addition to the fact that this, the main subject of the bathroom you need to buy, it must also be DELIVERED from the store and LIFT to the floor. It is possible that in many stores it can be done by loaders (for a fee), but what they will not exactly do is dismantle and take out the old one.
But this is where the fun begins. At someone, quite decent repair of a bathroom is executed. At a minimum, there are "sides" around the perimeter of the bathroom itself, which are firmly glued and breaking them off means breaking the tile from the wall, which you will then have to put back, someone has a "screen" (this is when the bath is from the floor to its side is closed plywood or gypsum fiber sheet, which in turn is tiled in accordance with the overall interior of the bathroom). And no one will guarantee that after such dismantling the tile will remain intact and can be attached back. Rather, on the contrary, at least several tiles will be broken. And where now to buy the same, if we say, they were bought 5 or more years ago? Question....
But this is not the most interesting ... More than half of the houses, and accordingly the bathrooms, in our country are designed in such a way that even if you risk to destroy the interior to replace the bath, another more interesting question arises - how can the devil take it get there? (and it weighs from 200 kg. By the way). A good half of the owners of the "monsters - baths" simply cannot imagine how to remove this horror without destroying the walls, doorframes, without breaking furniture or stupidly after knocking the tiles off the bathroom walls. Perhaps they are ready to pay money for a new bathroom and for its delivery, and for dismantling and installation (And the amount is rather big. After that, you need at least two strong men who ask for a “strong” payment), but how the hell is it basically done if in their corridors and aisles of their housing it’s just physically impossible to turn around with a bath?
Someone is stopped by these facts, someone is simply a material question. On average, a new cast-iron bath costs 7,000 rubles (maybe somewhere a bit cheaper). Her delivery and rise of about 500 - 1000 rubles . Replacement work, including the cost of finishing material, which will be damaged and you have to buy a new one, will cost about 5,000 rubles . Total, we get the cost of 12000-13000 rubles . (But after all, many repairs are much more expensive). Well, besides, actually monetary expenses, from the moment of buying a new bathroom, to its “working”, “finished” state, you will also have to endure at least a week in the dust in the dirt, without the opportunity to take a shower or wash. Not everyone is "under force". And if there are only women in the house?
But you want to have a normal bath ... Let's think, why the hell should we develop such a “crazy” activity? After all, if you think about it, the problem is not in the cast iron from which the old bath is made, which will still serve great-grandchildren, but in ENAMEL, the old enamel of which was covered with a bath and which is in a completely unsuitable condition. Why break and ruin everything, when you can simply apply a new coating on the cast iron, without breaking anything around at all? But this can be done and much easier than it seems at first glance. And the most interesting thing is that it will cost 3 - 4 times cheaper than the complex of works for replacing a bathroom.
Here is the most interesting. You've probably heard that there is bath enameling technology. When the master cleans the bath, prepares it, and then in 2 - 3 coats, apply a new enamel with a roller or brush. And of course, we heard that such work is of poor quality and completely short-lived. What I want to tell you is completely different from enameling. And on the materials used and on the principle of performance of work. I am telling you about the " Stackril " material.
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It is important that the bath restoration service is really high quality. I can say this because right next to the house, the bath was restored on the same principle. This is not a divorce and not an attempt to sell "Herbolife". This service, for which people will be grateful to you for many years and will transmit information about you to their friends and acquaintances. In addition, this business is not an artistic design or visual art, where talent is needed. Here we need knowledge of technology and experience. This can be done by any man "with his head" and "with his hands." You can learn more about bath restoration technology on the website.
Author : Alyabyev Yu.A.