...On the one hand, replacing would put more waste in the landfills, on the other re-glazing uses a lot of harmful chemicals. Do the chemicals used in re-glazing a bathtub make the whole thing "a wash" (pun intended) as far as green renovating goes?
Cost is also a consideration. Re-glazing could be done soon; a full bathroom renovation would be years down the road.
Sent by Delairen
Editor: Really good question and one that we've discussed here before. We've written in favor of resurfacing over replacing before, but what does everyone else think?
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