EPOXY An adhesive, plastic, paint, or other material made from a class of synthetic thermosetting polymers containing epoxide groups. Epoxy paint is supplied in two liquid components — the epoxy resin and a hardener — which must be mixed together immediately before application. Once applied, epoxies are tougher and more abrasion-resistant than ordinary house paints. Because of their chemical-resistant properties, epoxy paints are often used in industrial facilities, but they also fill some very practical needs in the home.
IN OTHER WORDS: A magical paint or reglazing process that easily and inexpensively updates porcelain, ceramic and fiberglass.
EXAMPLES AS IT RELATES TO REAL ESTATE:
Bathroom tub seen better days?
Pepto-bismol pink tile giving you a stomach ache?
Why let buyers think these updates will cost waaaaaay more than they actually will when you can paint them?
The result is an updated space that looks clean and bright.