Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 96
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sab3mmom Awesome!
I have a bathroom which used to be 6 different colors. I have replaced tub, sink, toilet, painted like crazy but there was still the walls. Melamine - painted over and over and really disgusting. So I tried the tub refinisher and I think it's a winner! Really hard to "paint" with epoxy but I'm really liking the result! The old is the pink. The new is white and has come out gorgeous! Two more walls to go...
May 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KatieMarie Made a HUGE Difference
This made our sink and our entire bathroom look SO much better. Defineitly make sure you follow directions and that your coats aren't too thick. Don't rush the process. We let it dry for 4 days before even touching it to make sure it had completely cured. I have a ton left over and am thinking about doing our tub as well.
May 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DEstefan Ok, not great but ok
I got this 26 oz. White Tough as Tile One Part Epoxy Brush On Kit because I read in the reviews of the spray kit that the fine mist is a huge problem.
The pink 1950's bathroom tiles had to go and we didn't want to spend the money and effort to actually replace the tiles, so we decided on this epoxy paint instead.
We prepared the surfaces carefully and applied 2 thin coats of paint as directed. They call the paint "self leveling" which means it is very thin and hard to apply on vertical surfaces without getting runs. After the second coat the pink still showed through the paint. So we waited 3 days, sanded and applied a third coat.
It looks ok, not great, but ok. One can clearly see brush lines and the pink below still isn't entirely invisible. Also, 2 weeks later the paint still has a bit of a soft feel to it. I'm glad we didn't try it on the floor tiles and stuck with the wall. Eventually we may replace the tiles after all.
April 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MushroomHunter Get the Spray
This is a great product but requires a bit more patience than I have these days. Be sure to really clean your sink thoroughly and use a synthetic brush as directed. Tape everything you don't want painted! After scouring the sink and letting it dry completely, It took about 12 hours before I used the sink again. No problems!!!
Overall, I am happy with the outcome and I definitely recommend this epoxy kit. The sink looks brand new. Years and years ago, the kids dropped something in the sink and caused a minor hairline crack, (no leaks); and the crack is invisible now.
June 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by maggie Do NOT buy
Please do not buy this product. I followed the directions exactly and it was a disaster. I used this in the early spring so I put a small space heater with auto temp in the room to ensure that the floor was drying at the proper temperature. I let it dry for an extra 3 day and it felt dry to the touch. The plumber came to install our sink and toilet so I put down a piece of cardboard so that their dirty shoes wouldn't dirty the new floor - the cardboard adhered to the floor. It was a total disaster. The manufacturer said to try and sand it out but it won't sand down. The entire floor has to be stripped and I will have to try another brand of tile paint. I read other reviews that said similar things and I wish I would have listened, so I hope you listen to this and try another product. I'm not even sure why home depot sells this brand, the majority of people had issues with drying time.
July 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cricket Great product and coverage over 1950's grey tile.
Great product, very easy to follow directions, but took a lot more time then expected. Needed 3 coats to achieve a perfect finish. First 2 costs with brush and 3 with a foam roller was the smoothest finish.
February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by musicreporter Good stuff
Easy to use and quick to dry. Looks good - nice stuff
June 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by CasM HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE product... disappointed in the Buyer who put/keeps this in the stores
This product is horrible and should be removed from store shelves. We purchased on 9/27/15, followed all the directions to a T and after 5 days the tub still smeared so we placed a fan on the tub for 2 more days and after 7 days of not having a shower available in our home we gave up. Now we will probably have to use $20+ in lacquer remover, purchase a different tub refinishing kit online and then spend another $30+ in caulking. At this point it would have been cheaper to purchase a new tub when we decided to overhaul the bathroom in our new home.
The buyer at the corporate office should remove this product from shelves immediately before any other customers are placed in our situation.
October 15, 2015