Q. What type of surfaces can be refinished?
A. Stone Fleck refinishing can be done on fiberglass, porcelain, cultured marble, Formica and tile countertops or backsplashes in a variety of colors.

Q. When should a surface be refinished?
A. Countertop areas should be refinished when the surface has damage, excessive wear, to get older outdated counters more modern, or to get rid of grout lines on tile counters that are hard to clean.

Refinishing will revitalize any kitchen without the high expense of replacing the whole counter.
Q. What type of damage can be fixed?
A. Small holes and chips can be repaired and filled before the refinishing process, as well as repair worn out grout lines, resulting in a uniform surface when finished. Broken tiles can be replaced also before refinishing.

Q. How long does it take to refinish an installation?
A. Typical kitchen counters can be refinished with Stone Fleck in 6-8 hours.

Q. How is the refinishing process done?
A. The area to be refinished is cleaned and etched, and then if any damage is present it is repaired. Next the area being refinished is masked off and isolated. Then 2 coats of a primer are applied and allowed to cure for 30 minutes. Next the desired Stone Fleck color is applied. Then 2 clear coats are applied resulting in an easy to clean durable finish. An air evacuator is used during the refinishing process but a mild chemical smell might linger a few hours after being refinished.

Q. How long does a newly refinished surface take to dry?
A. Areas that have been refinished require a full 72-hour cure period before they can be used.

Q. What kind of care is needed to maintain a newly refinished surface?
A. Any cleaner or scour pad that is abrasive should not be used. Cleaners that specify they are safe for fiberglass or acrylic surfaces such as scrubbing bubbles and gel gloss are recommended. Regular soap and water works great too. 
Q. What is the Warranty on Stone Fleck refinishing?
A. We guarantee all of our work for two years against defects in materials and craftsmanship. Life span can range 10 or more years.