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BATHWORKS 22 oz. DIY Bathtub Refinishing Kit with Slip Guard- Black
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BATHWORKS

22 oz. DIY Bathtub Refinishing Kit with Slip Guard- Black

$92.69 /box

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BATHWORKS is a top of the line, commercial grade, Bathtub, Shower, Sink and Bath Wall surround refinishing kit formulated to provide an extremely glossy, very durable, long lasting finish. BATHWORKS has been used in hundreds of thousands of residential homes, hotels and apartment complexes across the US and Canada. Unlike other kits, which are based on epoxy paints that easily peel and discolor, BATHWORKS is a 2 part resin and the resulting finish is a porcelain-like, hard, glossy surface that won't easily, chip, peel, crack or yellow.

  • Includes non-slip additive
  • Highly durable resin finish won't easily chip, crack, peel or yellow
  • Use on porcelain, fiberglass, cultured marble, plastic shower modules and other bathroom surfaces
  • Dry to touch in 8 to 10 hours, cured and ready for use in 24 hours
  • Very flexible coating system around drains and caulk areas
  • Kit includes: refinishing paint (16 oz.) - liquid primer (1 oz.) - hardener (4 oz.)
  • One (1) kit covers 60 sq. ft. (average bathtub)-bathtub and wall tile needs two (2) kits

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I am using this for a sink. What is slip-guard, and can I eliminate it for the sink?

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July 16, 2016
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Thanks! There was no mention of "additive" or "sand" or the like in the description. I was hoping it was something I could leave out. Thanks for the answers!
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July 16, 2016
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The Slip Guard Protection is used for standing area's (e.g. bathtubs, showers). YES, you can eliminate when tackling a sink project. Thank you.
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July 15, 2016
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The slip-guard is a non-skid additive that is a separate application and can be eliminated for the sink.
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July 15, 2016
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Yes, just skip the step of adding paint to the sand. The sand in the paint is what creates the non skid texture.
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Will this cover grout and tile?

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August 24, 2016
I have a tiled shower stall , both floor and walls.
Will this item adhere evenly and stick to both the grout and tile?
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August 25, 2016
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Yes, this kit works great on tile and grout! Remember, Bathworks EZ Etch is recommended for all ceramic and porcelain tiles.
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August 24, 2016
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Yes, it will stick, however, the key to it adhering is the prep of the surfaces that you are wanting to cover. If you take the time to properly prep the surface, you should have success.
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August 24, 2016
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No, this will not cover grout and tile.
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How many bottles do I need to do a kitchen sink? Thank you for your time.

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August 6, 2016
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One (1) kit is all you'll need to complete your kitchen sink project. Remember, we recommend the EZ Etch kit for any Cast Iron, Steel, and Ceramic bathtubs, tiles, floors, and Kitchen Sinks.
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Only one. I did a bath tub and fixtures with two coats and still had material left over.
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August 5, 2016
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This will cover about 60 sq ft. The number of bottles you will need will be dependent on how big your kitchen sink is.
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Can this product be used on kitchen counters? Will it damage with heat? (If I was to put a hot pot on the counter )

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Counter is currently tiled
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Yes Bathworks works great on kitchen counters. We don't recommend placing a hot pan directly on any type of surface, but placed on a pot holder no problem.
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A hot pot will certainly damage the finish as this product is not designed for that. Use a High Heat paint to overcome the hot pot scenario.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality Great product. Easy to work with. Enough product for two coats +. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Finishing Kit in black This product really brought my old, 1972 shower back to life!!! I was a bit skeptical at first, since the walk-in shower was so old. I thought nothing would help. My husband painted it about a month ago, and it looks to totally new!! It's actually the highlight of my bathroom. The glossy finish is absolutely beautiful. Worth every penny :) August 25, 2015
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