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    Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    I`m starting down the path of researching how to ceramic coat surfaces in the home. (Countertops, stove, glass, fiberglass shower, appliances, etc)

    One thing I have come across is people mentioning to stay away from solvent based coatings, because of causing damages to the surfaces....but aren`t all coatings solvent based?

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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    I wouldn`t do iton surfaces i prep food on. Just not sure its food safe. We just moved to a new house a couple of of months ago. Prior to moving in. I coated the bathroom counter and sinks. The shower glass, the toilet bowls. I didn`t coat anything in the kitchen though. I also did a coating on the new snowblower, every surface of it i could.
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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    Use it on your linoleum floors and toilet seat.
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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    For entertainment purposes only try some Wolfgang Uber on your vinyl plank flooring.
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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    Toilet, sink shower tiles, front door and out door spa cover done, also kitchen table stove fridge and microwave but the fridge and dish washer fogged they were stainless or aluminum everything else worked great but the brushed metal surfaces I regret doing. I also did some mirrors but could not tell a difference. I’ll put up a photo

    * another great idea for left over coating is the inside of your wash buckets to keep them cleaner. Has worked ok ...mixed results

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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    bathroom mirrors

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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    Quote Originally Posted by glfnaz View Post
    bathroom mirrors
    Do they not fog if coated?

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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    Supposedly wiping shaving cream on mirrors keeps them from fogging.
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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    Quote Originally Posted by BudgetPlan1 View Post
    Do they not fog if coated?
    Thats what i heard. Tried hydrosilex on it and still fogged but wipes way cleaner


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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    Just the shower doors. Not sure it was worth the effort.

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    Re: Ceramic coating surfaces in your home

    Quote Originally Posted by BudgetPlan1 View Post
    Do they not fog if coated?
    Not in Arizona. The bathroom is warmer than the shower usually. LOL

 

 

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