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Tough As Tile Epoxy Finish, Brush On, White
You no longer have to live with your old, stained or discolored tub or sink. You can refinish it just like any other piece of furniture with Tough As Tile surface refinisher. Now with a little effort prepping and painting over one weekend, you can restore your tub or bathroom tiles to look like new. The results and savings are worth the effort. There is no need for plumbers or carpenters to replace expensive fixtures and your friends will think you hired a professional to do the job.

Works On: Fiberglass, Porcelain, Glazed Ceramic Tile and Countertop Laminate.

Coverage: 44 - 52 sq. feet -- equivalent to one standard size tub or two sinks.

Supplies Needed:
  • Surface Preparation Cleaner, TSP - Trisodium Phosphate Cleaner
  • Extra Fine Steel Wool, #000
  • 2" Polyester Paint Brush
  • Pair of Nitrile Gloves
  • Plastic Drop Cloth
  • Painters Masking Tape
  • Homax® Porcelain Chip Fix (if repair of chips or cracks is needed)
  • Bucket
  • Cleaning Sponge
  • Paper Towels
  • Lacquer Thinner
  • Respirator (NIOSH Approved - Organic Vapor)
  • Protective Eyewear
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Tough As Tile Epoxy Finish, Brush On, White 2.8 5 13 13
TERRIBLE !!!!!!!!! I PREPPED MY TUB AND WALLS FOR HOURS FOLLOWING ALL DIRECTIONS. THIS PAINT CLAIMS TO BE WHITE !! NO!!!! IT WAS LIGHT PINK IN COLOR . , SAYS NOT TO SHAKE , OK SO WHEN U OPEN CAN IT IS BEIGE IN COLOR. I HAD TO STRIP TUB!!!! WHAT A WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY!!! U ARE BETTER OFF BUYING SPRAY PAINT!! RESULTS ARE 100% BETTER March 30, 2014
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT WORTH THE MONEY THIS IS THE WORST PRODUCT I EVER USED TO REFINISH MY TUB IN MY MASTER BATHROOM. I LANDED UP STRIPPING IT ALL OFF. I WILL NEVER USE THIS PRODUCT AGAIN, AND I WILL NOT RECOMEND IT TO ANY ONE TO USE. March 3, 2014
just for looks! I was anxious to try this on my old farm style sink. It looked fantastic for two months. Started to bubble and peel after that. What a let down! So it's just for looks...don't try to use your tub or sink after applying this!!Waiting to see if they back this product with a satisfaction guarantee. February 16, 2014
Not happy I live in a house from the 40s and the 2 tubs (original to the house) were in need of real help. So after much consideration and reading reviews I did the down stairs bath tub this past Sept. I read and reread the instructions so that I was sure to follow them. At the end it looked great!!Now it is Feb. and this stuff is flaking and peeling up--I don't know what to do.The real bad news is that I did the up stairs tub some time in Oct. So I am just waiting to have a huge mess on my hands..........Thanks! February 3, 2014
Poor Product I followed the directions to the letter and we even let it cure for 10 days and the first time I used the tub, the product became wrinkled. This is after the stuff made our house stink up for 3 or 4 days and i had to stay at home with all the windows and doors open to air out the house. I wouldnt buy this product. October 1, 2013
Overall , quite pleased! I think adequate prep is what makes or breaks this product. I spent one day prepping , waited for the next day to make sure all my washing was thoroughly dry! Didn't find the fumes overpowering at all; did open a window, and used a fan on a low speed at the doorway to the bathroom. I used a 1 1/2 inch angled brush for smoothing in the corners...was happy with the way that was looking so I used the same brush for the entire tub. I waited about 3 1/2 hours to apply the second coat, feel like it was good timing , not too early, not too late. Would probably give it 5 stars if more directions were supplied, feel like I learned more from other people's reviews than from the actual directions! August 4, 2013
Have used several times I'll be redoing our tub again next week as my wife is away visiting her father in Germany.I have used this product three times so far and it usally lasts about 3-4 years before I feel it needs redoing. I could wait longer but it's pretty easy cept for the waiting.Some others below mention the paint shriviling up when a hot bath is taken and I had this happen taking a very hot shower right after refinshing last time.I would recomend taking warm not hot showers for the first few weeks because it seem the hot water is what does this and only while recently refinshed. The heavier you are the longer you might want to wait until taking that first shower and the cooler the water. This paint probably takes a good month to fully cure regardless of what the directions say. The longer you wait the better and avoid using really hot water for a few weeks.My other tip would be to make sure you paint while it is not to hot because if you sweat the little dropplets will mess up your finish.Brush the paint on really thin to avoid drooping wazv effects, as thin as you can.I'd give it 5 stars but it will begin to peel after a while. I would say that some of the spots where I noticed problems were due to mistakes I made while applying. June 20, 2013
The hardest thing about it was the waiting. 72 hours without the use of my bathroom sink was tough, but, when I was done, I found it was well worth the wait. I used the Brush-On and I used a brush on my sink that had pits and rust around the drain. I was changing the fixtures as well, so, I took everything off and took out the drain, then cleaned and masked. Masking is VERY IMPORTANT, because it is impossible to get the product off after it dries.I used a natural bristle brush, but, it wasn't of good quality and started shedding almost immediately. I removed the strays from the first coat, but, couldn't get them all out of the second coat. When I touch-up I'm going to use a synthetic fiber brush. I didn't have any runs, wrinkles, orange peel, or dimples, because it IS self-leveling. After the first coat, since I used a metal filler at the fixture holes and at the drain, I sanded these areas vigorously until flush and smooth, wiped and brushed the sink, then applied the second coat.I'm a crafter, and I do all kinds of diy stuff around the house, inside and out, and even though this wasn't easy, it wasn't that hard.Except for the brush hairs and the splatters (my fault), I could say it was fun. My sink was beautiful and I did it over a year ago.About two months ago it started to peel behind the cold water handle so, I'm going to do a touch-up there and where someone left a burning cigarette on one side. Other than that, it still looks great. I took pictures. The hardest thing was waiting for it to dry and cure, but, it was well worth it.I really like this product.It's a good idea to follow package directions, wear a mask, and, use plenty of fresh air ventilation. Be aware of all cautions. June 4, 2013
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