- rudo1phParticipant@rudo1phJoin Date: 2008Post Count: 38
We are currently renovating and looking at how to best renovate our bathroom. We need a new vanity unit and tiles but the shower is almost brand new and so can be re-used.
My question is about the bath. The bath is very scratched and needs replacing…….but I was wondering whether there is such a thing as a DIY resurfacing product. If there is – is it any good and what is the cost vs a new bath?
Any help would be really appreciated.
xScott No MatesParticipant@scott-no-matesJoin Date: 2005Post Count: 3,856
White Knight used to have a paint for this purpose otherwise there are some companies which respray insitu.rudo1phParticipant@rudo1phJoin Date: 2008Post Count: 38
Thanks for that…..went onto the White Knight website and found the product you mentioned…… "WHITE KNIGHT TUB ‘n‘ TILE EPOXY ENAMEL refinishes bath tubs, wash basins, laundry tubs, porcelain and metal surfaces with gleaming new colour. Transforms unsightly surfaces to a brilliant tile-like finish." Sounds perfect!!
Has anyone used this? Is it any good and does it stand the test of time? What happens when someone cleans the bath – I know I have sometimes used the soft scourers to clean a bath, would it stand up to this kind of cleaning?