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Dr. Tubs Reglazing of Toronto took home two amazing and well-earned awards just recently. The first #award was from Consumer Choice, it being the Consumer Choice Award for #BathtubRefinishing #BathtubReglazing in #Toronto #GTA. The next award was the #HomeStarsBestOf2017 for Bathtub Refinishing / Reglazing in Toronto. 

Dr. Tubs Reglazing has always strived to be at the top of the refinishing industry in the GTA and surrounding area. The professional technicians and surrounding staff work hard to make the customer happy knowing they made the right choice with whom they chose to refinish their bathtub, tile or sink. 

Dr. Tubs Reglazing proudly shows off their awards and can not wait to see what 2018 brings. If you need to bring your bathroom back to life, call the professional reglazers at 416-630-9143 or email them at info@drtubs.ca

 

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After checking out ideas on Pinterest on how to make my bathroom scary for tonight https://www.pinterest.com/amanda86x/halloween-blood-bathroom/ I thought about the day after… On November 1st, when you clean up the “crime scene” bathroom look, mopping up the fake blood and throwing out the body parts, murder-scene-tubyou should give us a call and get your tub refinished. Dr. Tubs Reglazing can remove all the “finger prints, DNA and all signs of your murder scene” so it looks fabulous. If you don’t call Dr. Tubs to refinish your bathtub, you may have zombies running after you!

All jokes aside, we don’t know the condition of your bathroom beforehand. Maybe it was in need of a refinishing rather than just a cleaning. Call Dr. Tubs Reglazing and let us bring your bathtub back to life. Ha Ha Ha.

Happy Halloween from all of us at Dr. Tubs halloween-dr-tubs

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Recently, our office received a call from a fellow who wanted his tub refinished in biscuit. “Biscuit is a cookie, not a colour” I told him. The fellow said his sink is biscuit, his new toilet is biscuit and he just refinished his bathtub using a home painting product for bathtubs; and that’s in biscuit as well. However, all three pieces are slightly different shades of ‘biscuit’.

If you are asking yourself, what the heck is biscuit, it’s an off-white colour close to bone. The problem is that tub reglazing paints come in the following colours: Gloss White, American Standard White, Kohler White, Bone, Almond and Clear. There is no professional paint made for bathtubs, sinks or tiles in Biscuit. To make matters worse, all three of his bathroom pieces are slightly different shades of biscuit even though he was told they were all biscuit. The reason for this is that one is an American Standard, one is a Toto and one is a DIY tub paint. I started thinking about drinking a Pepsi with my cookie…no, make it a Coke and a chocolate chip cookie.

I decided to do some research and I found that Toto’s Sedona Beige #12 is a close match to Kohler’s Biscuit or American Standard’s Linen. My head hurts. When did colours become food and fabric? Can’t there just be a standard? By the way, if you are interested, Toto Cotton = Kohler White. Toto Colonial White = American Standard White. Toto Sedona Beige = American Standard Linen / Kohler Biscuit. Toto Bone = American Standard Bone / Kohler Almond. Coke ≠ Pepsi. Chocolate chip cookie ≠ oatmeal raisin cookie.

There are bathtub refinishing companies out there that will mix paints to match colours and we aren’t one of them as the paints they mix are for different items and shouldn’t be mixed. Their bathtubs tend to peel shortly after. Based on this, I told the customer we wouldn’t be able to reglaze his tub as he likely won’t be happy with 4 different shades of the “same” colour. You see, you may say cookie and he may say biscuit but at the end of it all, it’s not the same for paint.

By the way, here is Toto’s colour Sedona Beige #12 which is supposed to be equivalent to Kohler’s Biscuit or American Standard’s Linen.

 American Standard Linen

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Toto’s Sedona Beige #12

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Kohler’s Biscuit

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