TECHNICAL RE-ENAMELLING COMPTENPORAIN SHOP


Several techniques exist because the products used and their application. However, there are two families of re-enamelling workshop:

Some are appropriate to support old cast iron / ceramic glazed

             - Other media are suitable for old cast iron bare.

These techniques, because the products used and their implementation in terms perfectibility guarantee perenniality in time and finished look. The term enamel can be fraught qualify for this benefit because of the products currently used. However, the term re-glazing is when the delivery is part of a prior knowledge of a knowledge and control its evolution. This control is based on an understanding of the adaptation of industrial components, technology today, while respecting the final destination of the latter.

 

Refinishing bath before
 
 
 
Before

 

 Renovation of cast iron.

DIAGNOSIS:

The enamel interior is deep dirt and many pieces.The external cladding is missing or damaged 

RESTORATION AND FINISH:

Stripping the bathtub full of Interior: Application of an anti-rust, application of the different layers of preparation and application of multiple layers of enamel. Polishing. Exterior and base: Application of a protective layer application of a patina or paint finish 

PRODUCTS USED:

Resin known as "solid surface" of the titanium base, manufactures respect the ISO 9001 standard. 
allkyde solution and paintings
 


TIME:
4 / 6 weeks 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Before

  

 
Scouring
 
 
 

  

After

 

 

bath and restored réémaillée

 

 

  
 
Enamelling Baths

Enameling
 

 

 Renovation of glazed ceramic. 

Cleaning with special products and

a combination of products specially developed for the glass industry that helps the enamel to stick to the porcerlaine

 and application of multiple layers of enamel.

 

The material used is an email today with features outstanding durability and resistance to any test, the friction at impact and moderately abrasive cleaning chemicals over time dense and solid and not porous n'accroche or limestone or other potential deposits.
 

WARNING: The technique described above, although brief, is a technique that uses the time, knowledge and use of specific products. This type of restoration is different from the simple "refresh" commonly practiced there. Certain precautions are to be expected, however, about the maintenance and use. 

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Clean the tub after each use with a soft sponge and a liquid household cleaner. 
Rinse with clear water and wipe to avoid lesdepôts limestone. 
Do not use abrasives or scouring powder, or organic products such as thinners, solvents, cleaners, hydrocarbons, acetone, thérébenthine or methylated spirits.