Rated 1.9 out of 5 by 29
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DMV Color Hard to Match
I thought this product worked well but it's VERY bright white. I chipped a brand new tub dropping a piece of ceramic tile during installation. I had read prior reviews about tinting the product to tone it down to match older porcelain but didn't think I would need to on brand new porcelain. I was wrong. See attached photo. Other than that it appears to be holding up well.
November 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jasmith Good experience
I hadn't read all of these bad reviews until after buying and using this stuff. I'm not sure where it went wrong for everybody else but I've had no problems. After 8 hours it was definitely solid, not gummy, and felt just like porcelain. My only complaint was that it doesn't look awesome, but in comparison to the chip and rust I covered in the tub it's a great improvement, and unfortunately it's too white next to the worn white of our tub. In any case, I'd use it again and it was plenty easy to apply. So I'm happy.
July 4, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by trickittt Unhappy
We used this on a stove/oven and kitchen sink. In application, we couldn't level the chip fix epoxy mix to match the existing surface. After a short time, both repairs turned yellow. We later found an appliance repair paint which perfectly matched our stove/oven and almost perfectly matched our kitchen sink. We had to remove the chip fix product to apply the appliance repair paint. If you need to fill surface gaps, this will work but don't expect any color match.
August 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JoeW works well on a newer tub
I had a quarter-size chip on the edge of a tub. This product covered it well; I can hardly see where the chip was and I think if someone didn't know it was there they wouldn't see it. I think the fact that the tub is only a couple of years old helps; the product is quite white and might be whiter than a tub that's a few years old and has started to fade.
Here are a few recommendations: 1. The directions call for waiting an hour after mixing to use it. If I had to do it again I'd wait only about 45 minutes; the mix was too thick after an hour.
2. If you have small bumps or ridges after applying the product, wait a couple of hours until it dries and then *gently* sand it using *very fine* sandpaper.
3. If the mix gets too thick, add a few drops of acetone (nail polish remover) to thin it. This is also useful for a thin final coat so that the finished application is smooth.
August 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Rocket Avoid
After two weeks will not dry. Followed instructions. Now have difficult sticky mess to deal with.
June 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JMCDIY Good Product
I used this to fill some very small chips in my tub (maybe 1/8 of an inch around). It was easy to prepare and easy to apply. Wasn't an exact match to the color of my tub( even though the tub was brand new unused, also my reason for not giving 5 stars.) but once it dried and it has been used you can't even tell it's there.
May 12, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by jxsori Decent product with average results
This product is decent if you don't mind a diferent finish in the porcelain. So far it seems to last but it has a different shade of white from the porcelain finish... Perhaphs with time it will match better.
February 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer very poor results
wish I would have read all the feedback on this chip repair paint. every place i used this junk came up eventually. Perhaps every bit of rust needs to be removed. I have 1 package left so i plan to brush off loose rust, apply naval jelly until all rust is removed. Then I'll apply rust reformer to 1/2 the spots and finally give this one more try. then see if any of it sticks. I was reading about the epoxy tub and tile paint and the pro who was detailing how to get a perfect repair job using epoxy suggested using this on the spots where metal was showing. But those who left good feedback on the epoxy never mentioned using this first. Oh well, it's just a rental. Glad i don't live there.
March 27, 2013