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Homax 32 oz. White Tough as Tile One Part Epoxy Aerosol (2-16 oz. cans)
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Homax

32 oz. White Tough as Tile One Part Epoxy Aerosol (2-16 oz. cans)

  • Dries in 1 hour and 30 min
  • Comes in White
  • Not suitable for acrylic
$46.57 /each

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You no longer have to live with your old, stained or discolored tub or sink! The Homax Products 32 oz. Tough As Tile Aerosol Epoxy is a high-gloss porcelain repair product used to refinish tiles, sinks and bathtubs. Now with a little effort prepping and painting over one weekend, you can restore your tub or bathroom tiles to look like new. The Tough as Tile provides a hard, protective finish that remains beautiful for years - even on surfaces subject to severe or frequent washing. The Kit includes Tub, Tile & Sink One Part Epoxy Paint, Nitrile Gloves, Steel Wool, Surface Prep Cleaner and complete instructions. The results and savings are worth the effort.

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  • Epoxy paint formula
  • Restores bathtubs, sinks and tile
  • Withstands hot water
  • 90-minute dry time
  • High-gloss sheen
  • White color
  • Not suitable for acrylic

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Can I use the tub paint on the porcelin tile floor so the two match

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April 25, 2016
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I used this product on a fiberglass tub/shower unit but I believe if you used the Cleaner that comes with the paint it might work on the tile but I'm not sure how it will stick to the Grout in between the tile.The cleaner is an important step. I also used a fine steel wool with the cleaner so if you can't use that on the tile to rough it up a little it might not stick, although it does a good job on Read More
I used this product on a fiberglass tub/shower unit but I believe if you used the Cleaner that comes with the paint it might work on the tile but I'm not sure how it will stick to the Grout in between the tile.The cleaner is an important step. I also used a fine steel wool with the cleaner so if you can't use that on the tile to rough it up a little it might not stick, although it does a good job on Fiberglas. Read Less
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April 25, 2016
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Yes, Tough as Tile can be used on fiberglass, porcelain, glazed ceramic tile and countertop laminate.
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April 25, 2016
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I would not recommend using this product in any high traffic area or anywhere where the surface will be scrubbed. This product does not stick the best and will peel. The bottom of my shower is flaking and peeling from standard use of a single person. The walls and sides of tub are holding up just fine.
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April 23, 2016
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Yes, this can be used.
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Which does a better job on a bathtub? The spray on or the brush on?

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Miramar, FL, USA
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February 29, 2016
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The spray for sure. You can definitely the brush marks with the brush application.
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I actually have used both on my shower. The brush on was not quite as smooth as I would have liked so I also bought the spray. However, if you are using it in a confined space (Small bathroom) I would use the brush-on and open a window. I would also recommend using a respirator (face mask) you can purchase at Home Depot. When I used the spray in a very small bathroom, it left a cloud of paint in the room Read More
I actually have used both on my shower. The brush on was not quite as smooth as I would have liked so I also bought the spray. However, if you are using it in a confined space (Small bathroom) I would use the brush-on and open a window. I would also recommend using a respirator (face mask) you can purchase at Home Depot. When I used the spray in a very small bathroom, it left a cloud of paint in the room and it marked some of the items in the room so I would remove everything from the room if you spray. I absolutely would not use the spray without a respirator, safety first. The color of the Tub will affect the type of paint also. I painted a blue shower and after using the brush-on and the spray I covered it all and had some left over, just a little. If it's a lighter color tub the brush-on should do just fine. Read Less
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November 17, 2015
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Laura- The result of the 2 will be the same, its really based on person preference as far as ways to apply go. Some feel more comfortable brushing some would rather spray. The spray is messier but does have smaller amount of time between coats 1 & 2.
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November 17, 2015
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I used the spray on. Lots of folks have complained about this product on Home Depot's website, but I have not had a problem with it after 3 months. The spray drips, so carry a wet cloth while you are applying and dab it to somewhat remove the drip. It does not come out professional looking, but I was pretty pleased with the outcome. Oh yeah, and it stinks to high heaven. Open the window in the bathroom Read More
I used the spray on. Lots of folks have complained about this product on Home Depot's website, but I have not had a problem with it after 3 months. The spray drips, so carry a wet cloth while you are applying and dab it to somewhat remove the drip. It does not come out professional looking, but I was pretty pleased with the outcome. Oh yeah, and it stinks to high heaven. Open the window in the bathroom and use a fan if you have it. Wear a respirator or mask at a minimum. Get the family out of the house. It's that bad. Read Less
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What do you clean it with AFTER you use the product?

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March 2, 2014
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soap and water with a soft towel and nothing else.
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September 16, 2013
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Thank you for your inquiry. To care for your new high gloss, porcelain like finish we recommend using a non-abrasive, non-bleach cleaner with a soft sponge or soft rag. No brushes or gritty cleaners as those are too abrasive and may lift the paint. Thank you for your interest in our product.
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Ocean Isle Beach, NC, USA
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September 14, 2013
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As the directions on the can states. General cleaning with a sponge. No bleach. I use just about any cleanser. It's been months since I used the product and no degradation at all.
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Southbridge MA
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The first priority absolute is to cover everything that you do not want the product of the can to come in contact with. before I sprayed my bath tub and sink, I thought that all was safe from the over spray but I did not shut the door properly to the bathroom and I discovered to my horror that the mist had found its way out and onto the polished hardwood floor, but it was not that noticeable until the Read More
The first priority absolute is to cover everything that you do not want the product of the can to come in contact with. before I sprayed my bath tub and sink, I thought that all was safe from the over spray but I did not shut the door properly to the bathroom and I discovered to my horror that the mist had found its way out and onto the polished hardwood floor, but it was not that noticeable until the next day. It had left a very fine white misty appearance which would not come off. After I had finished using the product in the bathroom, I found that using white spirits or similar on a rag was very good at getting any over spray off. I left cleaning the bath tub for a week before using any cleaner just to make sure that was done hardening. I am now eight months into the `as new` tub and I still find that a very mild cleaning fluid is good enough to clean it.A week ago my wife accidentally spilled some hair dye on the sink. Mild detergent did not remove it so I resorted to use a `mild` powder with added bleach. the result was many visible scratches on the surface which got worse as I tried to correct it. Thankfully I still had some product left in one of the cans so I carefully sprayed over the scratches and it was so good that neither my wife nor I could see where the damage was done. So to finally get to the point of your question, harsh abrasives are a not a good idea. As I said, using a mild liquid cleaner over the last eight months has kept the bath tub `as new` looking. Read Less
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what does not suitable for acrylic mean?

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I will be using the HOMAX tough as tile spray what does not suitable for acrylic mean . I heard of acrylic in clothes making but not in bath tub it is a new recent one yr full fit into tub area tub shell and I chipped the edge 50 cent size I was going to place tape around area the plastic tarp all around that then spray it shut door wait one day anything else I need to know I have no idea what tub is made of could it be acrylic.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We see that the item is not able to be used on a acrylic tubs. It is designed to be used on porcelain style tubs We would suggest to find out what brand of tub you have to see if it is acrylic, I f the tub is a hard plastic style it would be acrylic style. We would suggest for you to take a look at Internet number 202246270 . We think that item would Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We see that the item is not able to be used on a acrylic tubs. It is designed to be used on porcelain style tubs We would suggest to find out what brand of tub you have to see if it is acrylic, I f the tub is a hard plastic style it would be acrylic style. We would suggest for you to take a look at Internet number 202246270 . We think that item would be best for your Acrylic tub. We hope that helps with your project. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot. Read Less
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July 26, 2016
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Tough as Tile will not bond with acrylic surfaces. Please ensure your tub is not acrylic before using Tough as Tile. You could try calling the tub manufacturer.
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Acrylic is a flexible material. This product hardens to a very durable finish. If applied to an acrylic surface it will crack and fail. It needs to be used on a hard surface such as a cast iron tub.
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Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 112 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works better than the paint on versions I previously did a bathtub and tile wall paint with the brush on version a few years back and needed to do some touch up on my tile walls. Overall, this product worked better than the brush on version, but there were some draw backs. First ensure you use a respirator when painting. The fumes will be all everywhere and you don't want to breathe them in. Secondly, the room needs to be extremely well ventilated and make sure you cover everything because the paint will get on any uncovered area with a thin film of stickiness. If you can follow those two rules the job will come out nice. The paint is more of a off white than bright white, but still looks great. April 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT! BE WARNED! STAY AWAY! I did look at the reviews on this product before i purchased it and it seems like I remember them being higher than they are now. I've used a similar product in the past twice which required you to put the can in the refrigerator before application. Both of those turned out much better than this product. The last 2 times I did this, it lasted 3 - 5 years before it started to discolor. This product didn't hold up 3 weeks. I followed the instructions and even let it dry longer than instructed. If you buy this product, you will be sorry! I am! I want my money back! But, I can't get the time I spent with this product, so even getting my money back wouldn't be worth the time I spent using this product and then having to fix it. STAY AWAY. October 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This product is terrible. It takes a long long time to dry and scuffs, stains, scratches very easily. I followed instructions precisely. We now need to get a new vanity counter which I ordered from Home Depot. Not their fault Homax product doesn't work as advertised. Suggest they discontinue carrying though. October 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed This seems to be nothing more than an ordinary can of white spray paint. I prepared the surface meticulously but the spray paint did not adhere well. Months after painting, I left some tools sitting in the tub and when I removed them a few weeks later, they came away with paint sticking to them. The can was also subject to spitting bigger drops and I had to wrap a paper towel around it to try to catch them. I had much better luck years ago with the two-part epoxy-type tub paint. October 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Homax 32oz.white tough as tile one part epoxy aerosol Good stuff goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by reglazing spray This product is expensive, but it works when allowed to dry properly. The bathtub looks new and along with tile and painting has drastically improved the appearance of the bathroom. October 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use Easy to follow instructions and application. The kit has everything you need which is helpful. I tried a different refinish kit and it was a pain and didn't work right. This saved my project. October 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stood up to use I painted over ugly shower tiles and two 30 year old gray bathroom vanities. 3 years later and the white has turned to a slight cream color - but it still looks good. It has not peeled or bubbled off - even in the shower. TIP - go above and beyond when cleaning and preping the surfaces and the paint will last for years. September 20, 2016
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