Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 111
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jordan Really Impressed
Just bought a new house with yellow and blue Showers, YUCK! Very impressed with the final outcome of this project how new our bathrooms look. I would highly recommend getting a paint respirator. The fumes are very overwhelming. This would be a great spring project when you can open up doors and windows. The Price of this product was very affordable but may need more than one can of paint per shower.For two showers we needed five cans of paint.
February 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by mindless06795 Prep it good and wonders shall arise...
They key here is to prep, prep, prep. I cleaned my tub with TSP, sanded with 400, then 600 and removed all dust. The other key to this stuff is use a sprayer. I used a Graco Airless Sprayer and it was awesome. I had a few small runs but no brush strokes, etc. The end result is pretty great. Clean white tub. there are a few imperfections if you look closely, but overall it is a drastic change. Now, the other big thing with this product is the smell. Yeah, it is pretty bad, but growing up around my dad's auto body shop I am used to it. And now, 4 days later the smell has greatly reduced. Great product, great results and I would recommend to anyone wanted a budget way to renew their tub. Prep, prep, prep, spray, spray , spray.
March 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jskauf02 Does what it is supposed to!
It worked really well to cover up old tiles in the bathroom and made the tub look a lot newer. We used it on the tile in the entire room and the bathtub and put in a vanity, toilet, and marble tile from Home Depot. We were happy with how it turned out. Please see before and after photos.
Warning, a respirator is a must. The smell is strong, but that's how you know it works. It took 2 full coats and a third coat to touch up spots.
October 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WCNFL Very Good Paint, Strong Fumes
I used this on a large fiberglass garden tub. The 1 quart kit was just enough to do the whole thing. I did this to change the color. Two coats to were required to cover the old color. I used a compact foam roller and a brush for the edges. The paint will sag after a while in areas that are too thick, so check your work before calling it done. The paint lays out to a light orange peal texture, similar to a porcelain tub. See photos.
I did have issues with "fisheye", which may have been due to mold release residue from when the tub was made (I never use this tub). The solution was to rub the end of the paint roller on the spots and continue rolling. In hindsight, I would have used acetone to clean the tub before sanding.
The toxic odor is extremely strong and lasted for about a week. The label says to paint for only 5 minutes and leave the area. I would not use this paint without at least a good filter mask. I used an automotive type forced air breathing system, which blows outside air to my mask. I made the system from an old gas heater flue vent fan, corrugated sump pump hose (Home Depot, two 25' sections), a 3M filter mask, and duct tape. I pulled the filters out of the rubber mask and attached the corrugated hose, which fits perfectly in the filter hole. I plugged the other hole with a plastic mailing tube cap. I have been using this system for years. I ran the bathroom exhaust fan for a week with the door closed to keep the fumes out of the rest of the house. I plan to use the second can on another bathroom remodel in a few weeks.
December 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tasha BOOM!
Boy, does this stuff work wonders!! My tub and tile look like they were newly installed after using this paint! But, to give you a fair warning, this stuff smells so incredibly horrible!! I did it the night before we went on vacation, we were gone for a week n there was still a slight smell upon our return! There's no way we would have been able to stay in our house, nevertheless with our toddler with the stench. But, I most definitly reccomed this!
May 27, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by thejoedon Good product, not as smooth as I would like.
I would recommend using a sprayer to apply. The roller left bubbles that the directions say will self-level. Overall it still looks better, it just has a new texture.
May 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by greatbay all about the prep work and curing temp
Anyone having it peel didn't prep the surface right,I did this tub and 2 years later not one peel.Also I did 3 coats makes big difference and still had left over on this tub.Temperature for curing highly affects this stuff..at least 75 andm let cure for a week before using,I waited 2 weeks was new install ,if you have 2 baths I would advise the 2 weeks to cure if you can the 3rd coat makes for thicker better finish
March 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chris Very good product
The product is a very easy two-part mix that mixes in the can, it is stinky, but it goes on nice and finishes smooth. The mix is thin and will run on vertical surfaces, so you will need to be aware and be prepared to touch up a few spots following application. Being thin, I applied two coats to a claw foot tub, but the finish is a little thin on some spots, will likely recoat at some point. The overall results were very good, dust control is critical as is wiping sown the surface with a tack cloth!
December 24, 2013