The Bath Business

Bath Resurfacing, Bath Repair & Restoration Specialists

The UK's leading bath resurfacing, re enamelling & restoration company. We resurface baths in London, Manchester, Brighton, Eastbourne, All of Surrey, East Sussex & Kent, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and all major cities throughout the UK. Contact us for a FREE quote. Use the quick quote form below or call us on 020 7381 8337 or 07967 333030.

Bath Resurfacing Services

Bath Resurfacing is the main service we deliver.

Simply put, resurfacing a bath is the procedure of re-coating the existing enamel of your bath in order to handle staining, worn enamel, rough enamel, chipped enamel or an unwanted existing colour.

Although we can resurface your bath in our work shop we most commonly restore the bath in-situ. Meaning we do not remove the bath or disturb the existing plumbing or tiling of the bath. And it is done in a day. We heat dry the bath so as to allow us to sand and polish the bath – The famous Rolls-Royce treatment. Your bath is ready to use again within a few hours.

Bath Resurfacing Services

Bath Chips Repairs

Chip Repairs

Resurface or Re-enamel Your Bath or Sink?

Sometimes it is not necessary to resurface or re-enamel your bath or sink.


Chipped fiberglass spa


It may be that the bath is in very good condition and is still looking and feeling like a new bath BUT it’s been chipped. The Bath Business can rectify this situation. In fact most of the chip repairs or bath repair we do are on brand new baths recently installed.

Our technician will arrive on site. He will prepare the colour on site to match your bath or the rest of your bath-room suite. So no matter what colour your suite we will aim to match the colour so the repair is as invisible as possible. Even if the repair is in white he will mix and match the colour on site as most white baths are not uniform. Some are quite a brilliant white and some are more blue white etc. So to avoid the repair sticking out even more than the chip would, we colour match. Once done we will fill and sand the chip and then spray on the new surface. We dry it and polish it up.

The Bath Business does aim to make the repair as invisible as is possible. So at the end you are unlikely to see where our technician has been working.

Unfortunately sometimes a bath or sink has been chipped quite a lot and in these circumstances we would recommend that The Bath Business simply re-enamels or resurfaces the bath or sink in question.

Bath Chips Repairs

Cracked Sink Repair

Cracked sinks have presented quite a problem as far as repairs are concerned. Repairing a cracked sink was very hit and miss. If the crack was stable then possibly repairing the crack and resurfacing the whole sink would be a solution. There was no telling if the crack would grow or not however.So this work could not be warranted. If the cracking was really extensive and also on the underside it was impossible to say the repair would last for any length of time.

With antique sinks cracks are fairly common so this presented a big problem. Also if we did resurface the sink completely the logo or makers stamp would be lost. Some makers wash hand basins or wash stands are actually quite distinctive in style and losing the logo did not have any affect. Many clients however felt this was unacceptable and were unhappy at losing the stamp on their basin. So we started to research and test techniques on how we could retain the logo as well as repair the cracks when resurfacing wash hand basins or sinks.

Cracked Sink Repair

Pressed Steel Bath Repair

chip in the enamel of a pressed steel bath is both common and unsightly.

Pressed steel enamelled baths quite widespread, especially in new build houses and hotels.

These baths have advantages over cast iron enamel baths in many ways: They are lightweight, so easy to move and fit. The enamel of a pressed steel bath is harder then what is found on many cast iron baths, so it withstands wear and chemicals better than many cast iron ones.And they are much cheaper than cast iron baths

But the enamel on pressed steel baths is much thinner, and generally where the enamel gets chipped, it is right back to the metal. And to make matters worse, the metal has been treated prior to the enamel being applied, and this treatment is jet black. So a chip exposes the black metal, which on a white bath is very eye-catching due to the extreme contrast between black and white.

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