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Refinish Complete Bath, Shower, other Fiberglass and Porcelain Aerosol Spray

  • Refinish Complete Bath, Shower, other Fiberglass and Porcelain Aerosol Spray
  • Bath Ware Aerosol Spray
  • Utility Spray Coating
  • Sink DIY Repaint
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$19.95
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$16.95 (You save $3.00)
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112011
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Product Description

Surface Repair Refinishing Spray is ideal for the toughest refinishing jobs, this porcelain hard refinish coating cures and becomes hard like no other paint and is long lasting, durable, with a high gloss finish that is easily kept maintained. Use for refinishing bathtubs, sinks, toilets, shower stalls, stove tops, washers, dryers, refrigerators, outdoor furniture and more. This product can also be used on cast iron, enameled steel, vitreous china, porcelain, gel-coated fiberglass, acrylic and plastics. This ceramic like product is the ultimate for applications where water moister, high humidity and ease of cleaning are a concern. The applications are endless!

Available colors: (Choose above) Appliance White, Plumbing White, Biscuit/Linen and Almond/Bone.

Other applications:
Utility and golf carts, hand rails and grab bars, air conditioning grills, parts refinishing, metal doors and window frames, cabinet doors, office furniture, file cabinets and more. Great for pool, spa, sauna, utility and pump areas, basement, kitchen, yard and other products exposed to the elements.

Application highlights and recommendations:

  • Sprays smooth with little orange peel and nice gloss.
  • A clear coat is available for surfaces that do not need color or to extend the use of the color coat application.
  • Clean the surface first with pre cleaner and wipe with a tack cloth for optimum spray out results and a dust free finish.
  • Spraying product at 76 degrees ambient work temperature will give excellent spray out results.
  • Don’t spray where a heater or fan is blowing on the spray area. This will dry the coating before it lays to the surface causing roughness to the finish.
  • Bonds to acrylic, fiber glass, gel coat and plastics with long term adhesion especially when the surface is sanded first with 320 grit sandpaper or with a scotch brite pad.
  • Product is high in solids, will cover generally in two coats. Allow first light coat to become tacky (wait 5 minute) before applying heavier final finish coat.
  • Understand shaking the can for a full minute will assure best coverage and results.
  • Remove the gloss first from enamel, ceramic and porcelain finishes with our etching cream for best adhesion.
  • Mask off the areas that you do not want overspray or product on like the tile edge fixtures and floor.
  • Wear the recommended respirator when poor ventilation is apparent.
  • Wet coating can be cleaned up with lacquer thinner or Isopropyl alcohol. Be sure to wear protective latex gloves.
  • Longevity and adhesion will be extended by allowing the new coating to cure for 48 before putting back into use in a wet or humid environment.

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Product Reviews

  1. Washing Machine Porcelain Top

    Posted by Marty on 21st Jun 2014

    The Spray can MUST be shaken at least 2 minutes for best results.
    Color is Perfect
    Application is good, but you must put additional coats on within a few minutes, or it will be allergic to itself.
    If light coats are applied, It will scratch and not be a hard finish, going to try adding the clear coat for extra protection. I would buy more again.


  2. Been using it for years

    Posted by Wazid Mohammed on 6th Apr 2014

    I am in rental property repair industry and have been using this product for years on sinks and tubs in apartments and houses. To get best results the key is sanding and cleaning. i have found that paint/lacquer thinner works best.Also if using it on sinks, a small portable heater underneath makes better adhesion. Way cheaper that calling a contractor to do the same.


  3. Been using it for years

    Posted by Ali on 6th Apr 2014

    I am in rental property repair industry and have been using this product for years on sinks and tubs in apartments and houses. To get best results the key is sanding and cleaning. i have found that paint/lacquer thinner works best.Also if using it on sinks, a small portable heater underneath makes better adhesion. Way cheaper that calling a contractor to do the same.


  4. Looks good- we'll see how it holds up

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Dec 2013

    Kohler Almond blended in well. Want to know how to polish up the finish.
    The hazmat freight to Alaska was costly. I got the product anyway. It came quickly that made it less painful.


  5. great finish

    Posted by CThacker on 10th Dec 2013

    Provided a very nice hard finish over a shower pan repair. Very good match in the buscuit/linen color. Was easy to use. Had about as much over spray as other acrylic enamels I have used. Thinking of getting a can of white to fix the chips in the kitchen sink.
    Much better product than available in the local retail stores.


  6. Magically Matches any white tub

    Posted by Rod on 7th Nov 2013

    Been using for a year now on my motel and rent houses and is the best thing I've found to cover worn out porcelain but be sure to remove every sign of rust before using


  7. I'd use it again

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Jun 2012

    I ordered 2 of these to re-coat an old bathtub. The first batch was too grey instead of off-white. They sent us the other color, which was much better and they did not charge us.

    On the 2nd batch, the spray nozzle tends to spatter the paint, so I learned to wipe the nozzle with a paper towel to prevent build up on the nozzle that could create spots on the tub. Other than that, just realize you have to spray really close to the tub especially when it is a really hot day or the paint turns to dust before hitting the tub. The paint does resist the orange-peel effect like it claims to do, and in some places, the result is great. But I still ended up with a bunch of rough spots and uneven coverage, only noticeable the next day. I just finished touching it up, so we'll see how that turns out.

    One thing that is not clear from the instructions is how long to wait before putting on the clear-coat. I now know it should go on directly after the color.

    Overall, this is a great product.

    I'd use it again.


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