What you need - (Yes, it does seem like a lot)
How it happened
Put your mask on! Here comes the fun!
7. Mix Part A (Activator) into Part B (Base)
*Pour A into B. Close B with a hammer. SHAKE IT UP!*
8. Trim around fixtures and edges with foam brush
9. Roll paint on tile and tub
10. Let dry before 2nd coat is applied
I took a day long break here.. haha!
11. Apply a 2nd coat
12. Allow 3-4 days before shower/tub is used again
Okay.. so that was long, but overall I am pleased with this project! I was so impressed with the way the paint dried. It doesn't feel or look like normal paint. It has a tile - like finish to it.
How long will this last? You know, I am not sure. But after reading over 100 reviews - I think it will last a while. I will update y'all in 6 months on mine!
Is it perfect? Heck no. I'll be honest.. some places look better than others. I was kinda upset that it didn't look Pinterest Perfect, but then I realized that this is tile from the 1940's and it looks a heck of a lot better now! Besides.. what in life really is Pinterest Perfect?
Here are a few before, during, and after photos!
Something about this tile and tub combo made the whole area look dingy.
And yes, I HATE the chrome/gold fixtures and safety bars (LOL), but I am working with what I've got!
It looks so much cleaner, and it brightened the bathroom up so much!
Thanks so much for reading, pals!
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