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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
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.
This is a good product that yields good if you follow directions! Wear a vapor respirator, the fumes seem very toxic.Published 1 month ago by Jeffrey Carroll
Let's be honest, there IS NO SECRET TO GOOD RESULTS. I had this stuff taped off and applied it perfectly, just as the instructions stated. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Davidson
When I say I love it, I mean that I consider my relationship with it to be as appropriate as society will allow a relationship between a man and a box of dangerously corrosive... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Buchanan
I used this product maybe a year ago and it went really well. It took a good day or two of prep time to get the surface ready to paint. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Cathryn D.
Do not waste your money on this product! After two weeks of "curing," the finish slid off the floor of my tub the second I put water in it.Published 4 months ago by Brent Malone
This stuff is no good for a tub. all those who think its a process thing, go back to your tub in a year. i've tried the spray cans as well. Read morePublished 4 months ago by James Francalangia