The Resurfacing Process

Resurfacing is the process of updating you existing kitchen or bathroom surfaces to a new or refreshed look. This means a change of colour and/or gloss level can be achieved. The process can also include minor repairs to damaged areas like chips or scratches; or smoothing out minor texture such as grain from timber surfaces. While we can’t change the shape of a surface a new coating can make a huge difference to its appearance. See the core steps in the process below;

Step 1

Initial Preparation
Fixtures & Areas not being resurfaced are protected. Silicon is removed & deep surface clean is undertaken.

Initial Preparation

Step 2

Silicon Removal and Cleaning
All silicon is removed & surfaces are cleaned. The surface must be clean and free from contaminates like silicon for proper adhesion to occur.


Step 3

Sanding/Etching & Damage Repair
Sanding (etching for ceramic surfaces) & damage and/or grout repair. These are crucial for both adhesion and to achieve a good quality finish.

Sanding/Etching & Damage Repair

Step 4

Masking Up
Masking protects the areas not being resurfaced and isolates the surfaces to be coated from the rest of the home.

Masking Up

Step 5

Coating Application Primer & Top-Coat
Like magic the Primer and Top Coats are applied to change the colour and create the desired finish. The Poly-Glass system allows any Dulux colour in High-Gloss, Satin or Matte finish, or one of our great faux granite benchtop finishes.

Spray Application Primer & Top-Coats

Step 6

Finish detailing should include the removal of the masking and silicon being applied where required. Area is left clean ready for use

Finish Detail

Resurfacing Process

Typical Kitchen Resurfacing Process Video

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