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Homax 720773 Tub & Sink Brush-On One-Part Epoxy, 26-Ounce White

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  • Provides a hard, protective finish that remains beautiful over time
  • No mixing, no mess, and a longer shelf life
  • Self-leveling finish leaves a smooth high-gloss porcelain-like surface
  • Dries faster and offers superior adhesion
  • Large 26-ounce size
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 720773
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions4.2 x 4.2 x 5.2 inches
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Item model number720773
ColorWhite
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000U9K85S
Best Sellers Rank #41,626 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Highlights: Size: Quart Color: White One part epoxy paint Finish and restore your tub or sink in 3 easy steps: Prep, Paint and Dry Tough as Tile brush-on finish bathtub and sink refinisher is a one part epoxy paint Use on bathtubs, ceramic tile fiberglass, sinks, porcelain and showers Not recommended for steel or metal surfaces Leaves no brush marks Produces high-gloss porcelain like finish One quart will cover a bath tub or 45 square feet Ready to use in 72 hours

From the Manufacturer

Provides a hard, protective finish that remains beautiful for years. No mixing, no mess, and a longer shelf life. Refinishing or re-coloring your tub or sink eliminates the time, hassle and expense of a complete bathroom remodel. Our self-leveling finish leaves a smooth high-gloss porcelain-like surface breathing new life into your old worn out tub or sink.

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Customer Reviews

This is junk, DO NOT BUY IT.
Christopher L. DuChaine
It is very difficult to get a shiny surface because the spray dries quickly sticking to the wet paint, and forms a micro-rough surface.
N. Jones
You are only supposed to have to wait for 3 days not a week.
Trisha Rief

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

99 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Stropy1 on September 13, 2011
Don't be tempted by their marketing jargon on the box!
Don't do it, I tell you!
I do have another recommendation for some of you though (2nd paragraph).

Like most people said here, it looked great when I first applied it (and I did the prep 4 times over, not 3 times as per the instructions!)
However, with very little use, it soon looked awful. How they can claim on the box that it's a "hard, protective finish" and get away with it, I don't know. Lucky there hasn't been a Class Action for that "advertising" (or has there?!)

THE GOOD NEWS / My Zen-like Recommendation:
As we're currently renting, cost is a huge consideration but I'm fussy and like to have my house looking nice ... thank goodness the Landlord said we can do whatever we want to the house! We have two bathrooms, both with 7' double sink vanities. The tops are all one piece and are made from the 1980's fake-cream-marble - which is actually a molded acrylic.
The first bathroom I used the homax on - as above - AWFUL.
The second bathroom looks amazing!!! I used the pure white Rustoleum Plastic paint (all of their paints are the best, in my opinion). I gave the sinks a good clean and a light rub with fine grit sandpaper (or wire wool), rinsed them very well and dried them. I taped off around the edge of the sink very carefully (get the expensive 3M blue tape that actually does stretch and go around corners ... sooo worth the extra couple of bucks). I gave it 2 or 3 very light coats (don't ever be tempted to get 100% coverage with the first coat as it'll just be running all over the place! Patience is a virtue). It only took about 15mins to dry to a very-light-touch, in between coats. Then I left it alone for a good few hours.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Nicole on April 17, 2011
I followed the directions EXACTLY. It took me 6-7 hours to clean, prepare the surface, then paint my old tub. I worked carefully and applied two thin coats, just as they said to do, after thoroughly preparing the surface exactly like the directions directed. I did this the night before we left for a vacation so the tub was not used for 2 weeks. Within a month the paint failed in a few spots and it then started to come off in large strips. My kids had great fun during bath time peeling off large pieces of paint. All that work for nothing. I had to strip all of it off with paint stripper. Rusteoleum makes a product that gets much better reviews. I would try that, but I am too worried to go through the process again. I will never buy another Homax product again.

Before people reply to my comment that it is my fault for not following directions, I have years of experience with home projects and painting and I did in fact follow the directions as stated. I took my time and did not rush. You should have seen how easily the stripper took off this product because it did not bond to the old surface at all. Buyer beware!
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By W. S. Slayton on March 26, 2012
Like a lot of other reviewers here, I initially had a terrible time with the Homax Tub Epoxy. Then common sense showed up and I realized what needed to be done. Here's the deal: the instructions for prepping the tub tell you to scrub it with TSP and fine steel wool. DON'T DO THIS!!! Fine steel wool will leave the surface much too smooth for the paint to adhere to it. Instead, you need to SAND the tub with 180 grit sandpaper. Then do the TSP wash. This leaves the tub surface much rougher, and gives the product something to adhere to. The epoxy is self-leveling, and thick enough to fill any scratches you cause with the sanding. I painted 4 tubs, using the method in the directions, and they all peeled away. I re-did them using sandpaper, and the finish has held up for over a year now, with no flaking or peeling. Also, make sure it's mixed well in order to prevent the off-colors that others have complained about, and stir it often. Hope this helps. Good luck!
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Orville T. Hopshacker III on January 10, 2010
I had an older Homax version, it put the tub out of service for 5 days. The copy here says "fast Drying times"
It gives clear, easy to follow step by step instructions. The product applies easily and looks great.
The surface isn't as tough as tile/porcelain, so it needs gentle cleaning. It wore fine for a year, then a plumber accidently scratched some of it off with a dropped tool.

You'll get a great looking finish if you do the preparation and treat it gently.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By N. Jones on March 7, 2011
I re-did a cast iron bathtub, first with the spray-on and then followed by the brush-on types by Homax.
Here is my assessment of both:

1. The smell will nearly kill you, especially the spray type. Wearing a high quality respirator is essential, but the fumes are intense.

2. I would definitely NOT recommend the spray-on at all! It is very difficult to get a shiny surface because the spray dries quickly sticking to the wet paint, and forms a micro-rough surface. Attempting to spray more to get a shiny surface, results in runs.

3. The brush-on type is much easier to use and gives good results as long as you are patient and do several light coats and not attempt heavy coats. Warmer temperatures (75-85 deg Fahrenheit) at application time give better results as the product thins out and brush marks dissipate more easily. The solvent chemical used in the paint evaporates rather quickly (within 30 to 60 seconds) - so it's easy to leave lasting marks if you are not careful to work quickly, or if you attempt to go back and rework an area. A few helpful hints: I found using acetone will temporarily thin the paint gives a hardened and slick surface but gets tacky quickly (little working time), and WD-40 works to thin the paint and dries slowly allowing you to smooth the surface with a quality brush but the surface is not as shiny and leaves a residue which can be wiped off.

4. Color is not consistent from one can to another. I had some that was more off-white / rust-white than pure white.

5. Paint requires several weeks to dry to the point where there is minimal odor.

6. Resulting surface is no more durable than any painted surface, so it can be dented, dinged, scratched or pulled-off with a strong tape.
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