Cast Iron Ground Coat Porcelain Enamel For Bathtub

Cast Iron Ground Coat Porcelain Enamel For Bathtub

Elizabethan classics 71 in. double slipper cast iron tub rim faucet holes in white with lion paw feet in oil rubbed bronze $
The process involves sandblasting off the old finish, then baking on a new enamel coating at 1,475 degrees farenheit for about four hours. it's genuine porcelain enamel, the same glass coating used on bathtubs you buy in stores, says owner kara kopplin. her company has already successfully restored steel sinks for about $250 to $650.
All youu2019ll need with the cast iron tub is to wipe it clean after showering and remove any stubborn stains with soap and a washing sponge. cast iron tubs also rarely get damaged. in case this occurs, itu2019s often the glossy part made of enamel, porcelain or acrylic that gets chipped.
Sep 06, 2011u00a0u00b7 the sink has to be cast iron, with porcelain enamel. antique baths restore cast iron pedestal basin, sinks, cooking pots and also the baths using the vitreous enamel fired in the furnace at 850c. with the restored sinks, pedestal basins etc, they would be shot blasted back to the cast iron, annealed in the furnace, then re-blasted, this enables for the vitreous enamel u2026

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