Reglazing ceramic tils

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Ceramic Tile Refinishing is an Affordable, Durable and Beautiful Alternative to Removal and Replacement of Tile Countertops, Vanities and Walls.

Ceramic Tile Refinishing — Do you understand the difference between ceramic tile refinishing and painting ceramic tile?
Ceramic tile refinishing is a process that involves specialized equipment, primers, bonding agents, top coats and clear finishes. The differences between painting vs. refinishing tile are durability, surface gloss and how long the new surface will last.

Ceramic tiles that are painted with simple spray enamels or with rolled-on epoxy will not look as good as professionally refinished tile. They will also not last as long as professionally refinished tile, nor feel like real tile.

Ceramic tile refinishing is the only practical way to reproduce the look of original tile. The beautiful glaze you see in ceramic tile is baked on in kilns at temperatures ranging from 900F to 2500F. The term tile reglazing is a misnomer as it is impractical to remove ceramic tile that has been installed and ship it back to the factory for re-firing in a kiln.

Ceramic tile refinishing can be used on tile countertops, bathtub tile surrounds and tile walls saving you up to 50% over the cost of replacement. The results, especially if you choose Miracle Method’s Natural Accents™ stone finish, can be dramatic and is an affordable alternative to pricey Formica®, Corian®, Swanstone™ and other solid surfaces.