04:43AM | 11/15/02
Member Since: 09/30/02
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We are looking into refinishing an old bathtub and sink. What is the best method? Is the "Miracle Method" really much better than standard methods? Somehow the name makes me suspicious! Any input would be greatly appreciated!



07:30AM | 12/27/13
Member Since: 11/15/13
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Various bathtub contractors use natural products for cleaning bathtub and sinks. They are professional in doing this work and charge highly on per hour basis. But some people do tub refinishing and tub refinishing work with your own basis. This is not the right way to clean dirt and tough stains. If you really need some great bathtub refinishing advice then contact Maryland contractors.


01:26AM | 06/02/14
5 months now, on a shower re-do with Miracle. It is looking fine. $850 was better than the $4,500 contractor estimate to essentially repair a busted shower pan and add all the finery in the process. And throw out a lot of perfectly good cultured walls, etc.

If it holds up for several years, I'll be happy. Is it perfect? No. Is it acceptable work? For most people, absolutely.


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