Model # 2105

Internet #202061379

Store SKU #721141

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
$4657 /each
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Product Overview

  • Dries in 1 hour and 30 min
  • Comes in White
  • Not suitable for acrylic
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.
  • Epoxy paint formula
  • Restores bathtubs, sinks and tile
  • Withstands hot water
  • 90-minute dry time
  • High-gloss sheen
  • White color
  • Not suitable for acrylic

Product Overview

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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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.38
Product Height (in.)
9.63
Product Size (oz.)
32
Product Width (in.)
5.25 in

Details

Color
White
Color/Finish
White
Dry to touch (min.)
90
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Paint Product Type
Tub and Tile Paint
Patching & Repair Product Type
Porcelain Repair
Product Weight (lb.)
3.31lb
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Gloss

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.38
Product Height (in.)
9.63
Product Size (oz.)
32
Product Width (in.)
5.25 in

Details

Color
White
Color/Finish
White
Dry to touch (min.)
90
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Paint Product Type
Tub and Tile Paint
Patching & Repair Product Type
Porcelain Repair
Product Weight (lb.)
3.31lb
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Gloss

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Questions & Answers

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

Asked by: Worthy
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.
Answered by: conferw
Date published: 2016-06-29

Which does a better job on a bathtub? The spray on or the brush on?

Asked by: Laura
The spray for sure. You can definitely the brush marks with the brush application.
Answered by: Kitkat
Date published: 2017-08-18

What do you clean it with AFTER you use the product?

Asked by: Cj
soap and water with a soft towel and nothing else.
Answered by: Cactusman
Date published: 2015-09-20

what does not suitable for acrylic mean?

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.
Asked by: gabby
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.
Answered by: HomeDepot
Date published: 2016-09-19
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Customer Reviews

32 oz. White Tough as Tile One Part Epoxy Aerosol (2-16 oz. cans) is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 127.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible Product I wasted my money, time and energy on this stuff. After using four cans my bathtub still did not turn out right. Some areas are glossy and some are dull. The fumes are horrible. I used a respirator and still had lung discomfort for days after use. Also, because the paint is so fine it was all over my bathroom and even ended up all over the adjoining room. I will never purchase this product again nor will I ever recommend it's use. Not sure why Home Depot even has this product on their shelves.
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I have refinished several tubs over the years and have always used brush-on kits. For the fist ti... I have refinished several tubs over the years and have always used brush-on kits. For the fist time doing a tub in my own home, I bought this product. While I will say spraying is the best way to go for the most even finish, I will not use this brand again. First of all it is very expensive for what you get. Secondly, the first can was faulty. Paint just splattered all over the place. I had to re-prep the tub and use only the second can for my project. Luckily I was using white over white, and it came out okay for only the one can. I really feel like I should get half of my money back. For almost half of the money I could go get another popular brand of brush-on and get a better finish.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not use Aerosol I am not a painter. But The team at Home Depot told me that the aerosol was the better option compared to the brush technique. I trusted them and used the aerosol, it made my tub extremely splotchy and I eventually had to go over it with a brush set. I do not recommend this product unless you have experience in our design or a steady hand.
Date published: 2017-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Probably the worst purchase I have ever made. I have nothing positive to say about this product.... Probably the worst purchase I have ever made. I have nothing positive to say about this product. I followed it step by step and it still looks like garbage. Also, this stuff gets EVERYWHERE and in your lungs. I really do not understand why Home Depot puts this on its shelf. Complete waste of time and energy.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If anyone Is thinking of using this product..RUN AWAY! We... If anyone Is thinking of using this product..RUN AWAY! We followed all directions to the letter. Paint chipped in less than one week! What a waste of time and money! Will contact company for a refund!
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good quick temp fix Just as it says its a good temporary fix easy to use make sure u follow the instructions and prepare the area correctly.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great The product works great but you do need to do all the prep sanding and cleaning first
Date published: 2017-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You must, and I cannot emphasize enough to spend the time with preparation. All mold, mildew, soa... You must, and I cannot emphasize enough to spend the time with preparation. All mold, mildew, soap scum, etc.. must be removed. You absolutely MUST wear a "proper" respirator, NOT a particle mask or a rag wrapped around your head. ( 3 M mask with a cartridge # 60923 does well ) this is for vapors/gas. And, make sure the respirator is the proper size with the right kind of cartridge. Most manufactures offer a small, medium, and large. To test, hold your hands over the cartridges lightly and breath in, you should feel a vacuum. You should not feel air coming in around the seal at face. ( particularly at the nose). If you do, then the respirator is leaking somewhere, probably around your nose. The prep instruction have steps to perform. 1- wash with the enclosed packet solution, 2- use the steel wool vigorously, above all you must remove all soap scum and/or soap residue. I also suggest if you have bad caulk, that now's the time to remove, pay attention hear, if you don't , the finish at crevices/ corners will suffer. AFTER the paint has dried properly, minimum 72 hours, then re caulk. I myself performed the instructions provided, PLUS, I also went one further and used 320 wet dry sandpaper. This provides a good "tooth" for paint to adhere. At this time it will appear to still have a shine to finish, but, you do have a good base to work with My final step was to wash down with lacquer thinner 3 times using a paper towel, and each time with a clean piece of towel. Trust me, you will probably see something on towel after each wipe... DO NOT use a tack cloth, these generally have a wax in them. Also, be sure not to touch the prepped area with you hands or fingers, this will leave an oil film....After thinner dried with proper exhaust, ( fan ) I then went in with a vacuum cleaner with a vacuum brush and thoroughly went over one more final time to insure no dust Yes ,it is strongly suggested to put a fan in the window. Or some sort of highly efficient means of extracting vapors. A table fan won't cut it here. I used a 20" box fan in the window that is in our bathroom to draw out the fume to the outsides, medium fan speed worked fine. I also left the bathroom door partially open while spraying, this provided a draft via fan to draw from the house. And yes, you either remove and/or cover sink, countertops, toilet whatever, as the mist will settle even with the fan running.. It will be light, and after drying you probably will be able to just wipe off with a cloth. Remember, although this does a nice job, (spray) you do need to have patient's and have a good feel while spraying with a spray can or runs can occur. You do need to pay attention to dry times between coats, ( particularly spray ). And make sure the tip is clean before attempting a next coat. AND, do not apply additional coats after six hours, do not get too close while spraying, apply light coats. DO NOT ATTEMPT to cover in one coat... It does not take a rocket scientist to realize WHITE or BONE will not cover a dark color such as blue, green, avocado, pink etc. You may have to apply up to three coats but not after the six hour time frame AND this is "NOT" for SINKS. Your instructions explicitly state not to apply to sinks. Above all, you are attempting to have a professional finish. And professionals will go through all this prep to obtain. Believe it or not you can achieve with this product Skipping steps produces horrors. Prep and patients creates Wonders...
Date published: 2017-05-15
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