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Tough As Tile Epoxy Finish, Spray-On, White
You no longer have to live with your old, stained or discolored tub or sink. You can refinish it just like any other piece of furniture with Tough As Tile surface refinisher. Now with a little effort prepping and spraying over one weekend, you can restore your tub or bathroom tiles to look like new. The results and savings are worth the effort. There is no need for plumbers or carpenters to replace expensive fixtures and your friends will think you hired a professional to do the job.

Works On: Fiberglass, Porcelain, Glazed Ceramic Tile and Countertop Laminate.

Coverage: 44 - 52 sq. feet -- equivalent to one standard size tub or two sinks.

Supplies Needed:
  • Surface Preparation Cleaner, TSP - Trisodium Phosphate Cleaner
  • Extra Fine Steel Wool, #000
  • Pair of Nitrile Gloves
  • Plastic Drop Cloth
  • Painters Masking Tape
  • Homax® Porcelain Chip Fix (if repair of chips or cracks is needed)
  • Bucket
  • Cleaning Sponge
  • Paper Towels
  • Lacquer Thinner
  • Respirator (NIOSH Approved - Organic Vapor)
  • Protective Eyewear
Click here for how-to instructions

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Tough As Tile Epoxy Finish, Spray-On, White 2.5 5 14 14
This product is messy Followed all of the directions yet the spray can dripped everywhere. It was hard to get an even coat with all of the dripping all over the place. My tub now looks horrible with splotches and drips/runs of paint. September 29, 2014
So far so good! I purchased an old home and a friend gave me a claw foot bathtub to keep the home looking likean old farmhouse. I decided to refinish it. I found the product at Lowes. I researched the product online to make sure I was refinishing it as the manufacturer required. My concern was that it would not cover a ding in the tub that had previously had rigid edges. I bought the repair kit to repair the scratches and the ding. I let it sit for a week. I then proceeded to follow the directions to refinish it. Within minutes of spraying it, it looked gorgeous. We havenkt used it yet but expect to within two weeks. I guess that will be enough curing time. Also, I did the cleaning steps in my driveway and moved it to the garage to paint it. This was easier for me to refinish it because it could be moved to a convenient spot. Thanks for the product ! August 24, 2014
Was it worth it? I used this product on two showers. The first turned out OK but it seemed like I had to put several more coats on it because it "shaded"…The second, Tub / Shower went on alright but, just as some of the other posters complained of, it scratched real easy in places.So with only about 2 squirts of a can left I am forced to go by another $40.+ box to, hopefully get this finished.I mentioned this to the reply email from Homax and got no word back…Seems like as expensive as this stuff is they would at least send you a little can or even sell you a touch up can…So looking back I agree with the poster who said, " just go buy another showeror tub." Its the truth Ill have a good bit over $100. bucks in this and you can get a inexpensive shower tub at the big box stores….So much for customer service. April 24, 2014
No durability We are preparing our home to sell, and wanted to update the bathroom. The tub looked a little sad so we thought we would try giving ita face lift with this product. Followed the directions exactly, I even cleaned the tub an extra time. Applied two thin coats with no problems and let it dry for two weeks just to be safe. The second time I showered, I dropped the soap and the bar of soap chipped the finish. It has been down hill from there.We are not particularly happy and I have to figure out how to fix this issue. March 23, 2014
I was NOT disapointed I was recommended this product to use to refurbish the surface of the tub in the 52 year old house I purchased. I'm surpised that it didn't get great ratings on this site, because it has awesome ratings on ACE Hardware and on other sites.But, after reading the complaints of the users that gave this product poor ratings, I see why. The folks complaining were indicative of folks that didn't understand how epoxy works in the chemical sense. While they say they followed all the steps to the tee, Prep AND temperature are everything!The only complaint I have is mention of the temperature of the room needing to be at a minimum of 72° is mentioned very shortly and at the end of the steps. The importance of this temperature should be seriously stressed.While those folks complain of lack of cure, bleeding, and serious dripping, I don't think they understood the product nor how to apply it correctly. Although the instructions say a minimum of 72° is needed for a 72 hour cure, it is WAY better to have it at 80°. I put a space heater in that room at kept it a nice and toasty 80° and produced excellent results.Here are the pics to prove it:https://www.facebook.com/#!/fritzling/posts/10202950243576120?comment_id=7759035&offset=0&total_comments=8&notif_t=feed_comment January 8, 2014
Great product simple directs great results. Followed the directions to a T. First coat went on great, waited the drying time. Second coat went on even better. Out come was: Looks like a new tube. I did let the tub cure for 5 days to ensure that it did not wrinkle or shrink due to hot water. Needless to say it did not do either. Great product. I would suggest it to anyone thinking about having a company come in a reglaze you ceramic bath tub. Just follow the directions they are simple and easy. October 9, 2013
Pretty to look at - don't ever touch it. Refinished my kitchen sink with the Homax Tub & Tile (brush application) and followed the directions to the letter. It cured for more than 72 hours. Then I placed a water filter housing that weighed about 5lbs into the sink and it tore through the finish! I could even push the finish around with my thumb.I used two thin coats, as per instructions. It also began to peel around the edges when I removed the painter's tape.DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT. Do not waste your time. I'm heartbroken. July 18, 2013
Not worth the effort! After following the instructions perfectly & prepping the surface for 2 hours, the spray nozzles kept clogging on both cans within seconds of beginning application. Even after shaking cans continually, the nozzles would clog immediately & spit out dime-sized blotches of epoxy. Tub is now half finished with no way of completing it. Very frustrating! June 4, 2013
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Click here for how-to instructions

NOTE: Covers one (1) standard tub or two (2) sinks

SUPPLIES NEEDED:
  • Plastic Drop Cloth
  • Painters Masking Tape
  • Homax® Porcelain Chip Fix (if repair of chips or cracks is needed)
  • Bucket
  • Cleaning Sponge
  • Paper Towels
  • Lacquer Thinner
  • Respirator (NIOSH Approved - Organic Vapor)
  • Protective Eyewear
DANGER: Flammable liquid or vapor. Harmful or fatal if swallowed. May cause central nervous system effects, including dizziness, headache or nausea. Causes eye, skin and respiratory tract irritation. May cause allergic skin reaction.

Paint Component Contains: Dipropylene Glycol Methyl Ether (CAS# 34590-94-8), n-Butyl Acetate (CAS#123-86-4), Petroleum Distillates (CAS# 64742-89-8), n-Butanol (CAS# 71-36-3), Xylene (CAS# 1330-20-7), Heavy Aromatic Solvent Naptha (CAS# 64742-94-5), Epoxy Resin (CAS# Unknown) and Titanium Dioxide (CAS# 13463-67-7)

Surface Preparation Packet Component Contains: Sodium Sesquicarbonate (CAS# 533-96-0), Sodium Metasilicate (CAS# 6834-92-0) and Tetrasodium EDTA (CAS# 64-02-8)

USE ONLY WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION.

NOTICE: This product contains solvents. Reports have associated repeated and prolonged overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents may be harmful or fatal. Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. Do not smoke. Vapors may ignite. Extinguish all flames, burners, stoves, heaters and pilot lights and disconnect all electrical motors and appliances before use and until all vapors are gone.

Prevent build-up of vapors by opening all windows and doors to achieve cross-ventilation. If sanding is done, wear a dust mask to avoiding breathing of sanding dust. Do not breathe vapors. Ensure fresh air entry during application and drying. If you experience eye watering, headaches, or dizziness, leave the area. If properly used, a NIOSH respirator may offer additional protection. Obtain professional advice before using. Prevent contact with eyes and skin. Wear safety glasses or goggles and gloves. Close container after each use.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

FIRST AID: In cases of skin contact, wash thoroughly with soap and water. If any product remains, gently rub petroleum jelly, vegetable oil or baby oil onto skin, then wash again with soap and water. Repeated applications may be needed. Remove contaminated clothing. For eye contact, flush immediately with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes. Obtain medical treatment. If swallowed, obtain medical treatment immediately. If inhalation causes physical discomfort, remove to fresh air. If discomfort persists or breathing difficulty occurs, get medical help.

WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

VOC Content: 508 g/L (4.24 lbs/gal)