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1 qt. Satin White Tub and Tile Refinishing Kit (Case of 4)

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  • Tub and tile refinishing kit creates the look & feel of porcelain
  • Refinish tub, tile or sink in less than 1 day with epoxy paint
  • Durable coating retains color and sticks in high moisture areas
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Product Details

About This Product

Rust-Oleum 1 qt. White Tub and Tile Refinishing Kit is a two-part epoxy acrylic designed to rejuvenate ceramic and porcelain surfaces like tubs, sinks and showers in just minutes. Specially formulated to provide excellent adhesion, durability and color retention in high moisture areas. It applies a smooth, porcelain-like finish that resists mildew growth for long-lasting protection and beauty.

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Product Information

Internet # 325400661

Model # 385279

Store SKU # 1009732155

Specifications

Container Size: 1 Quart

Dimensions

Container Size

1 Quart

Details

Application

Cabinet & Countertop

Application Method

Brush

Base Material

Epoxy

Coating Product Category

Paint

Color Family

Whites

Color/Finish

White

Interior/Exterior

Interior

Kit

Yes

Number per Package

4

Returnable

90-Day

Sheen

Satin

Surface Material Use

Ceramic, Fiberglass, Porcelain

Time before recoating (hours)

1

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

Questions & Answers

219Questions
caret
Q:Can I use this on my shower floor
by|Jun 24, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  Happy to help, Herbert. Yes, Rust-Oleum Specialty Tub & Tile Refinishing Kit is ideal for repainting your shower floor. -Rust-Oleum Product Support 14

by|Jun 24, 2024
    caret
    Q:I applied a gray layer by mistake, can I apply a second white layer?
    by|Jun 22, 2024
    1 Answer
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    A:  Happy to help, Bren. Rust-Oleum Specialty Tub & Tile White Refinishing Kit can be applied over gray surfaces. However, if the previous paint is not intended to be applied to tubs then we would recommend removing the previous coating. Please also note, when making a drastic color change additional coats may be required to get the desired finish. -Rust-Oleum Product Support 14

    by|Jun 24, 2024
      caret
      Q:I have a wide gap between the tub and tile wall. It’s too wide for caulk so there is pvc covering the gap. Is it best to epoxy over the pvc, or apply the epoxy paint first, then place the pvc? What type of adhesive will adhere to the epoxy paint?
      by|Jun 21, 2024
      1 Answer
      Answer This Question

      A:  Thank you for reaching out. Before we are able to best answer your questions we need to know more. Can you please give us a call at (800) 481-4785, and we would be more than happy to assist you further? -Rust-Oleum Product Support 14

      by|Jun 24, 2024
        caret
        Q:How long should you let this air after painting? -no window in the bathroom.
        by|Jun 19, 2024
        1 Answer
        Answer This Question

        A:  Thank you for reaching out. Be sure to allow Rust-Oleum Specialty Tub & Tile Paint to fully cure for at least 3 days before exposing to regular use. If you have no windows in the area you will need to properly ventilate the area by using fans. -Rust-Oleum Product Support 14

        by|Jun 23, 2024
          1 found this answer helpful
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          Customer Reviews

          4.1 out of 5

          • 4.1 out of 199 reviews
          • 62% recommend this product
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          Works better than other brand
          You have to clean the tub, sand it a bit too. Use a brush to apply it along edges but go over it with foam roller.
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            • Recommended
            It worked great
            this is thin, like painting with nail polish. Get a good brush and be prepared to throw it away afterwards and 1/4 inch foam nap on a 4 inch roller with a pelican bucket worked best for me. watch for drips, I used a headlamp to get ahead of the drips
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              • Recommended
              Works great on tile, tub is a different story
              This stuff is very thin, even when mixed well it runs more than paint, this isn’t a problem on the tile, it worked great (Even though you will need 4 coats). However the issue is because it’s thin it runs down the tub over time and completely ruined the finish between each coat. It won’t even coat certain areas because it won’t stay. Good for tile, bad for tub.
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              Response from Rust-OleumSupportApr 1, 2024
              Oh no, Scott, this is never what we expect to hear from our Rust-Oleum Specialty Tub & Tile. Can you please give us a call at (800) 481-4785, and we would be more than happy to assist you further?
              -Rust-Oleum Product Support 14 Rustoleum
                1 found this review helpful
                Works Great!
                This is a great way for a cheap, easy to apply and durable upgrade to your tub and tile. Two kits should cover the tub and tile in a medium bath, I had extra and also did the bath vanity counter. I would make sure to have plenty of ventilation and wait the 72 hours for a good, solid cure. Have some mineral spirits/turpentine at the ready and cover your tub drain before starting. It applied dark, but lightened up a bit as it dried. The fumes were horrible, keep pets/kids/elderly far away!
                by
                  • Recommended
                  3 found this review helpful
                  Quick to dry
                  This does go on very watery. Given that it drips. Remember it is also drying and hardening quickly. So get those drips wiped up quick! I have a few spots that dripped and dried like that as I was painting other spots. Lesson learned. My walls were darker so I used three coats. But still, all in all it was under a $200 job. Originally I was going to have the walls and tub ripped out and have a standing shower put in. But after the estimates were between 7,000 and 11,000 this was the way to go.
                  by
                    • Recommended
                    Rust-oleum loses a customer after this product
                    This tub and tile kit is a complete fail. Positives - coverage was “decent” over pink shower tiles after 2 but will likely need a third. color is true white and gloss looks good, odor is tolerable. Negatives - instructions vague such as “abrasive pad” , same goes for roller i had mine start to shed kid use despite being “premium” -instructions false as they state 70-110 sq ft with 2 coats while i did not even get 50 sq ft out of it so i had to run to the store mid dry time to get a second kit,
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                    Response from Rust-OleumSupportMar 13, 2024
                    Thank you, Adam, for sharing your experience with Rust-Oleum Specialty Tub & Tile Refinishing Kit. We need to know more to understand what may have gone wrong! Can you please give us a call at (800) 481-4785, and we would be more than happy to assist you further? We would like to make things right.
                    -Rust-Oleum Product Support 14 Rustoleum
                      1 found this review helpful
                      Happy with results
                      Used this on my kitchen back splash. The tile was very dark and out of date. Absolutely love the results. I did use 3 coats and still have some left over for any touch ups!
                      by
                        • Recommended
                        This product updated my bathtub and surround in one day at a really low cost! It worked exactly as described, and came out looking perfect! This was a pretty easy project and I did the entire thing myself (60 year old woman). I did make an effort to get all surfaces sanded properly and keep the area clean. But having done that, I got a smooth and shiny finish. I used a small foam roller, and that seemed to work well. Two coats were enough for good coverage although I had to buy a second kit because my tub/surround included walls and ceiling so it required a little more paint. I’ve only had my “new” tub/shower for a couple of weeks so I can’t speak to the durability, but it sure looks great!
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                        • Verified Purchase
                        Vent
                        First time user DIY for this product. Used in primary bathroom. First, Be prepared for the fumes. Box fan was used to draw out the fumes into the bedroom with open windows. Isolated the bedroom for 48 hours. If you have small children/pets keep them away from the location entirely. Without a ventilation plan the fumes will fill the house. I wore a respirator mask with a NIOSH with organic vapor canisters. A good mask is a must and I wore plastic gloves. I used a small foam roller which I don’t recommend as the foam roller started to break apart on the 2nd coat. The foam roller appears to have created small bubbles upon application as well. When mixing product mix well. It will appear very runny at first but overrime the paint changes consistency slightly thicker. Very little dripping of the paint overtime. The paint doesnt set instantly so you dont feel rushed. I painted top down which was easier. 2nd coat is harder to do because you cant stand in tub. If you miss a spot during the 2nd coat it will be obvious!! I included a picture where I missed a spot! The product covered two coats on a 32” tub/shower with 60” fiberglass walls. My tub is 19 years old. I would have given 5 stars if the kit included the right roller
                        by
                          • Recommended
                          4 found this review helpful
                          Easy tub and Shower restoration
                          This was easier than I thought it would be. I opted to do my tub and shower in one weekend. Luckily, I have an additional bathroom to use while the finish cured. Between my tub and shower I used 2 1/2 kits. My shower required more product than I estimated. Still not a bad price to pay compared to the alternative. Pro tip use foam rollers with a long handle and allow the mixture to sit 10 to 15 minutes before painting. Also use an orbital sander to cut down on prep.
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                            • Recommended
                            2 found this review helpful
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