GFI Composites process for resurfacing/recoloring of fiberglass tanks is a very cost effective alternative to replacement.
Many customers resurface their fiberglass tanks to change the color. However, the majority resurface because their fiberglass has lost its original finish or spider cracking has occurred. The result is the tank has become dull and difficult to keep clean.
The reason for this is that, over the years, all of the cleaning and water running over the tank has worn away the original finish and the tank has become porous. All of the dirt, grime, and hard water stains get trapped inside of the pores. This results in you having to use abrasive cleaners and a lot of scrubbing to get the tank clean. As you can imagine, this only wears away the finish further. A new fiberglass tank has colored finish or gel coat applied to it over the raw fiberglass compound when it was originally made. GFI Composites is, in effect, applying a new finish coat to your tank. The new finish coat is applied as a liquid, so the tank is non-porous when we are finished. The result is your tank will look better, last longer, and clean much easier.
Technicians are trained and certified in Fall arrest, Confined space, First Aid and Whims to ensure your job is carried out safely and with no negative impact to the environment.