|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 4 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||90216|
|Manufacturer Part Number||90216|
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Devcon Epoxy Bathtub Repair Kit (Almond & White)
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I used it to repair my tub about 6 weeks ago, and it's holding strong.
I found this product to be very liquid, but a tacky sticky liquid. not anything I had to soften up or knead. in fact, I cut a snip off each packet and squeezed just some out to get started. I mixed them in the tray of the package, then applied a thin layer on the now sanded tub, I quickly dropped down my sized fiberglass ( I frayed the edges as this fiberglass is like the thickness you use for auto body repair, my small repair area was not going to hide that well) I pressed the cloth in, then applied more goop on top. this does self level out. later when it dried I added a second coat to help hide the outline of the cloth. since the bottom of this tub ( which was abused and never cleaned by the last owners) really wont come back to the perfect white it was, and is at the walls, I added just a drop of the ivory. this really made the color match perfect!
now, the repair is palpable around the edges but only slightly. it is 100% better looking then the dirty ugly crack was! and really, you only see the repair if you get down in there, I took and posted photos of it.... but I had to take many and adjust the lighting to get the repair to show for you.
I found this product easy to work with, tho I have decades of experience in repairs working with bondo, fiberglass and such... but I would say even a novice can handle this job and get a good result.Read more ›
The whole job took maybe 30 minutes from cleaning to completed application. Again it was simple to do. I just followed the instructions: I cleaned the area, drilled small holes at each end of the crack, sanded it with the supplied sand paper, cut the fiberglass patch to size, mixed the two halves of the epoxy in its pouch, applied the epoxy with its applicator, set the patch on top of it, applied more epoxy on top of the patch and let it dry. That was it! We let it set for 24 hours (much longer than the recommended time) and now it's about 3 weeks later and it's working great. I would definitely recommend this product.
The almond color of this kit is much lighter than my bathtub - it would have been nice if they included a couple different mix-in colors.
The process was pretty easy, I cleaned the chipped areas in my tub well, mixed the ingredients together including the almond color additive, then painted it on with a brush.
I think I brushed it on too thick, as the repaired area is raised up, but at least it covered it well. The dried repair surface is very hard, I expect it to be quite permanent.
Work fast, it hardens quickly.
It's not a perfect repair kit, but I'm satisfied with the results - I didn't expect a perfect repair.
This is NOT a refinishing product. It is a PATCH. It will look like a patch, smell like a patch and never, ever make your tub ready for a Better Homes and Gardens photo shoot. Tub refinishing is expensive. If you spend $[. bucks and think your tub will look like new, you are a moron. You can tell the people who reviewed this poorly are morons with unrealistic expectations.
The bad news:
The kit says will repair a 5" crack. No, the fiberglass strips were short. The kits were less than 4" in one and the other was 4.5" the end of the shorter piece was so badly frayed so only about 3.5" was usable.
I had a 7" crack in the shower pan of my RV so I had ordered two kits. I had barely enough to repair the crack.
The almond pigment is useless, there is too little and the epoxy resin still comes out white, it also takes up valuable time mixing in the pigment. Chances are your almond has yellowed with age, so don't even bother mixing it in. The repair still will look white and since this stuff SETS UP REALLY FAST, use the time to get the repair correct. If you need it look good to sell the RV, get some spray paint and sandpaper.
Did I mention this stuff gets hard FAST? I MEAN FAST! Make sure to drill about a 1/4" hole at each end of the crack to prevent spreading, get all your tools ready and WORK FAST!!!!! If you don't you will have a mess.
The good news:
Fixed a really bad crack 100% for about $30, a new shower pan would have cost hundreds, plus been a nightmare to install (professional installation would have brought the total bill well over $500-$600).
It took about an hour to do from prep through clean up and the shower was ready to use in eight hours.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Didn't work. The appliance paint I've been using for years worked better even though it wears off.Published 3 days ago by Ripon Princess
This product was not easy to use at all and did nothing but make a mess of my tub.Published 4 days ago by PNad
Worthless for holes on a wall. Might work for holes on the floor. Unfortunately my holes were from a glass door that we changed to a curtain.Published 4 days ago by Manufacturing Engineer
The kit worked very well. Actually better than I expected. You must be ready to use it once it is mixed because it sets up quickly.Published 4 days ago by Donald L. Lathrop
I only had to seal four tiny holes but the mixture hardened too fast to make clean work of the last, largest one. And the color was wrong. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Craig in NJ
We had a crack at the bottom of our tub and I have tried everything to cover with no success, I ran across this stuff and it has worked like a charm! Read morePublished 9 days ago by Markie