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22 oz. DIY Bathtub Refinish Kit with SlipGuard in White

$8900
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  • For use on all tubs and tile
  • Highly durable resin
  • Ready for use in 24 hours
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Product Overview

BATHWORKS is a top of the line, commercial grade, Bathtub, Shower, Sink and Bath Wall surround refinishing kit formulated to provide an extremely glossy, very durable, long lasting finish. BATHWORKS has been used in hundreds of thousands of residential homes, hotels and apartment complexes across the US and Canada. Unlike other kits, which are based on epoxy paints that easily peel and discolor, BATHWORKS is a 2 part resin and the resulting finish is a porcelain-like, hard, glossy surface that won't easily, chip, peel, crack or yellow.
  • Includes non-slip additive
  • Highly durable resin finish won't easily chip, crack, peel or yellow
  • Use on porcelain, fiberglass, cultured marble, plastic shower modules and other bathroom surfaces
  • Dry to touch in 8 to 10 hours, cured and ready for use in 24 hours
  • Very flexible coating system around drains and caulk areas
  • Kit includes refinishing paint (16 oz.) - liquid primer (1 oz.) - hardener (4 oz.) - etching cleaner - sandpaper - tack rag - tray - rollers - foam brush - non slip additive
  • 1 kit covers 60 sq. ft. (average bathtub) bathtub and wall tile needs 2 kits
  • BATHWORKS EZ Etch kits are highly recommended for all porcelain and ceramic bathtubs, tiles and sinks
  • Bathworks QUICK DRY Kits Now Available.
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
8
Product Height (in.)
8
Product Size (oz.)
22
Product Width (in.)
8

Details

Color
White
Color/Finish
High Gloss Finish, with slip guard bottom.
Dry to touch (min.)
120
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Kit
Yes
Pack Size
1
Paint Tool Product Type
Tub and Tile Paint
Patching & Repair Product Type
Restoration Coating
Product Weight (lb.)
3
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
High-Gloss

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Slipguard is a game changer
I painted my tub 6 years ago and due to human error had chips that it needed a repaint. Was a little concerned that the SlipGuard wouldn't do the job but was pleasantly surprised with the results.
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My shower was badly stained so after reading all the reviews I decided to give it a try. I took an entire day to prepare the shower pan for this and I even used a power washer to make sure there was not any cleaning residue left over. It looked great right after wards but 5 months latter you can see it wearing off. I do use the shower daily as this is my master bath. I never used abrasive cleaners as recommended nor did I use anything containing bleach. Considering the cost and all the work to apply this application I would not recommend this product for a daily use bath. If it is for the main bath and the kids are gone then it would probably work great. At this point I expect it to be right back to its ugly self by the end of the year. Also note, it is VERY slick so take that into consideration as to who is going to be using the bath that is done.
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    This was amazing. I read all the reviews which were all positive but I still didnt think it would...
    This was amazing. I read all the reviews which were all positive but I still didnt think it would turn out so well.
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    Final product came out good. I actually covered a bathtub and surround. (Needed 2 kits) Then boug...
    Final product came out good. I actually covered a bathtub and surround. (Needed 2 kits) Then bought another single kit for another stand up shower too. Things to be cautious of: Prep the tub/shower Clean very well and multiple times Sand every area well Clean again Watch out for runs when applying the product. (I had a few runs that I wish I would have seen. Do NOT roll the floor and later go back over floor and wall. (The floor has non-skid additive & I picked some up and rolled it on a wall unknowingly....)
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    Let the slip guard dry longer than amount of time stated in instructions
    Very easy to use. The prep work is the hardest out of the entire process. I bought the kit with the slip guard included. The instructions say to wait ten minutes after applying the slip guard and then paint the entire bathtub. I waited over 20 minutes before painting the rest of the bathtub and apparently that wasn’t long enough either because the entire bathtub is now gritty. The middle of the tub, where the slip guard was initially applied is super gritty, like it’s supposed to be, but the rest of the tub is now very rough and gritty as well. If there is a fix for this, I’d love to know. I was super excited to get this kit and refurbish the tub, but I’m pretty disappointed at how it turned out.
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      Amazing but SMELLS SO STRONG
      I bought two kits to do the tub and shower walls. The shower was horrible, down to the enamel so anything would have been better but this made the tub look brand new. BUY A RESPIRATOR MASK. I did not and I felt sick all day from the fumes. We had every window open in the house, fans and blocked doors with towels and I still was dying from the smell. Hours later and it looks amazing but the smell is still very very strong.
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        Brush: as others pointed out, the roller brush falls apart during painting. By the time I noticed...
        Brush: as others pointed out, the roller brush falls apart during painting. By the time I noticed it was leaving crumbles under paint, it had already left tiny crumbles everywhere (most are still hard to see unless under certain light but not at all hard to feel - really are everywhere). I had two kits so I took the second roller as soon as I realized what was happening. The second roller fell apart before I was able to finish and I was not able to spread/apply the rest of the paint as evenly I should have because I was trying to make the second roller brush last (disintegrate slower). I can't imagine what would have happened if I only had one roller since the paint hardens quickly (using a random roller brush you may have handy won't do at all). I also can't think of any way to fix this that would not be both very costly and very difficult. Primer: in both kits, the primer separated into fast-evaporating liquid and hard paste and no amount of mixing/shaking got them back together. Curing: aside from it being a "kit," I choose this expensive paint because it was supposed to cure faster. After 24h, it was still quite sticky so I let it be for additional day and a half. Note that the rough no-slip surface (see photo) traps every speck of dirt it comes into contact with. I would not recommend this product to anyone, regardless of their skill level, just based on the roller brush issue. The fact that the product is priced several time higher than that of better known brands makes this whole experience mind-boggling.
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          I really loved this product. Prep work was key but the product was pretty easy to use if you jus...
          I really loved this product. Prep work was key but the product was pretty easy to use if you just followed the instructions. I would definitely use it again and recommend it, though I might suggest considering getting the kit without the Slipguard mixture, only because after applying it some of the non slip finish dripped down into the non-slip area, which takes away from the overall appearance, and also some family members have commented the non-slip surface is uncomfortable when taking a bath.
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          The Bathworks product was used on a 1920’s era kitchen sink refinishing project and unfortunately...
          The Bathworks product was used on a 1920’s era kitchen sink refinishing project and unfortunately the product was a disappointment to us. After preparing the surfaces, we found that the sink surfaces were almost good enough without refinishing, but we decided to proceed with refinishing anyways in order to give the sink a new appearance. The directions and processes in the kit (and on Youtube) were precisely followed, but the product did not self-level during the application process and sink was left with numerous unsightly runs on nearly all surfaces. After curing, we debated several remedies, but we decided to remove all of the product and return the sink to its original finish. The best method we found for removal of the Bathworks epoxy is by peeling away the material with new razor blades being careful not to scratch the surfaces. This is time consuming, but much more effective, for example, than trying to wet sand the material with automotive type wet/dry sandpaper. This is our first time using the Bathworks product and I am sure others have had great success with it. We’re not sure what went wrong. Perhaps we received a bad batch of epoxy, for example, or maybe there are additional steps or recommendations not explicitly stated kit’s directions.
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