|Item Weight||3.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 5 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||720773|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
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Tub & Tile One Part Epoxy Finish
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- For porcelain repair
- 26-oz. Can of long-lasting white epoxy paint dries to the touch in 90 minutes
- Finish and restore your tub or sink in 3 easy steps: prep, paint and dry
- 1 oz. Packet of surface preparation cleaner
- Not recommended for steel or metal surfaces
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Homax Tough As Tile Brush-On One-Part Epoxy Paint, Epoxy, White
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Brush-on does not leave brush strokes, so the finish looks as good as spray-on.
The non-slip feel does come with a price tag, as notated by the long list of don'ts. (Note that the surface is smooth, not textured. Product does not advertise as non-slip.)
This is **NOT** tough as tile, as mislead by the product name.
This brand is very similar to the Rust-Oleum tub and tile refinishing kit, so those comments are just as applicable.
Epoxy has different meanings. For example, in the adhesive section of the hardware store are fast drying epoxy adhesives which dry hard and crack easily. There are slow drying adhesives that remain soft and compliant. These repair kits fall under the slow drying category.
The following list is from the instruction pamphlet, other reviews, and own experience:
Don't use an abrasive brush or scouring pad when cleaning. Do use a soft cloth or sponge.
Don't use bleach based cleaner. One reviewer did not elaborate as to what occurred.
Don't use a lot of scrubbing force. It will damage the surface.
Do clean often as grim and stains can get pressed into the paint surface.
Don't leave items on the surface for extended periods of time. They will leave indentation marks.
Don't use suction cupped pads. They will leave indentation marks, or pull up the paint when removed.
Don't use a cloth type drop-cloth directly on the painted surface. Use either a smooth plastic tarp, or place plastic tarp under cloth.
The fibers of the cloth will get pressed into the paint surface and leave a fabric impression in the surface, or even pull the paint up.
If need to use something to stand on when working above the tub or shower, suggest a broad foot print. Small foot prints will probably leave an indentation.
I'm not a professional, but a pretty good DIY'er. Even if you follow the instructions to the letter, it will not work.