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Have you ever thought of giving your bathtub a facelift with paint or covering up dingy tiling with something more appealing?Yes, it could certainly happen!I did a lot of research to see whether it was feasible to paint tile when I chose to renovate a particularly unsightly bathroom in my home.In addition to tiles, I also discovered that I was capable of painting bathtubs.In my research, I discovered that Rust-Oleum has a product designed for this same purpose.It wasn’t available anyplace near where I live in Eastern Pennsylvania.On the other hand, Amazon.com had it.Tub and Tile Refinishing Kit by Rust-OleumMy whole bathroom renovation is documented here for your perusal.Everything you need to know about this item is detailed here.Please read the cleaning directions carefully before using this product.Cleaning the home thoroughly will take a few hours using different cleaning products.In addition, you’ll need to sand the area lightly with 400–600 grit wet/dry sandpaper after scraping out all the caulking.Take care to provide enough ventilation in the area where you want to use this product.If you don’t already have one, get a respirator immediately.The fumes cannot be mitigated by using a painter’s mask.There are 2 cans in the kit.

The epoxy from can A must be poured into the paint from can B and well blended.

Our paint mixture is really watery.

You may use a paint sprayer, roller, or brush to apply it.

In this paint recipe, the paint will spread evenly on its own.

This implies that there would be few brush strokes visible.

Very little paint goes a long way, so wipe any slack from your brush or roller before using it.

You can’t use too much paint, or it will flow and leak.

Care must also be taken while using a paint sprayer, as an overabundance of paint will always result in a disastrous disaster ( I know from experience).

You should always order a little more than you think you’ll need.

I really need to emphasise this.

A new box had to be ordered and sent to me since I used them all up.

Initiate your painting from the greatest distance away.

To avoid getting your back or neck wet, you shouldn’t bend over freshly painted surfaces.

One or two hours after the first coat has been applied, a second coat may be put on.

After another hour or so, you may want to add a third layer.

The tub should be used after 72 hours have passed.

You may get fantastic outcomes if you just follow the instructions attentively.

If you want to paint over your tile or bathtub, I highly suggest this product.

If you want to know how this product worked for me, you can have a look at the before and after pictures I’ve included below and read Bathroom Makeover, Part 1 to get the whole story.

I did not get anything for writing this critique.

Please note that I will be compensated if you decide to buy this product after clicking on my affiliate link.

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Susan

My name is Susan and I am a stay-at-home mom who loves to blog and share tips for managing home. I have been married for 8 years and have three kids. I know what it is like to try to keep a household running smoothly while also trying to take care of a family.
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