Fiber Glass & Acrylic repair kits factory color paste. Sterling Vikrell colors White, Bone, Biscuit, Almond & Gray.
Easy to use Factory Color Repair Paste for bath tubs and shower stalls. Paste Kit has ample amount of Color paste to fill up to (3)-7” cracks or 3” air pockets (Blisters) or deep damage. Now, anyone can make professional quality home repairs to chips, nicks, scratches and surface cracks on sinks, bathtubs, toilets, shower stalls, ceramic tile, hot tubs, spas and major appliances.
Available Sterling colors in above color swatch are as follows:White, Biscuit, Bone, Almond and Silver.
Plexus bath tub, spa, shower and plastic cleaner. Ideal for cleaning and polishing repaired and refinished areas as well as maintaining a luster finish.
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Posted by Randy M. on 17th Mar 2016
I had a really old tub and found a name on it. It said Sterling. I called them and they referred me to Multitech. The person told me about this kit on their website. I used the kit to fix a hole from drilling a fixture hole in the wrong place. Cant even see it. Had plenty of product. Nothing more to say. Handy kit!
Posted by Dan Beel on 3rd Mar 2016
Wasn't sure i was selecting the correct kit. I talked to a lady on the phone and she helped me figure out i needed a vikrell sterling kit. Package arrived within a few days. Kit was exactly what i saw on the site. Had everything needed for a rather good repair. it applied following kit steps. Color was good. Very pleased!
Posted by Unknown on 1st Mar 2016
The chart seems to show that one would receive a premixed product matching the needed color(otherwise why have a chart). I got sucked in and now have to make sure the mixture matched the product. Not good..
NOTE FROM SURFACE-REPAIR.COM...Not all colors coming out of bath ware factories have perfect color consistency. Lot to lot, colors can change. This is the very reason we make this kit with toners. We start with the actual factory standard. Adjustments can be made by the DIY person. It is best to adjust colors with the toner droppers. If the color is too white start with one drop of dark toner, stir and test. Adjust lighter with the light toner by adding one drop and testing.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Feb 2016
My husband & I replaced our tub and surround last year. It was a difficult installation with a tight fit that was hard to level. In the end, it all worked out but for a couple of small scratches in the bottom of the tub. I was desperate to fix them and this product worked. It is a perfect match for the color, sanded well, and cured quickly. The bottom of the tub is patterned, so that could not be matched, but unless I kneel down & really look, I cannot tell that a repair has been made.
Posted by Brian Lightbody on 14th Jul 2015
So, now that I've cracked my new tub during installation, what do I do? Turn to the web to find ideas. Surface Repair had the right product and it works as advertised. Fixed a couple of hair line cracks to the point of not "seeing" the repair from three feet away. Not perfect but close enough.
Posted by Myron on 29th Apr 2015
Matched very well.
Posted by Cindy on 28th Apr 2015
Product worked as advertised, thank you!
Posted by Unknown on 31st Mar 2015
Product went on easily, directions were clear, buffed to a nice shine. But it needed a little toner from the kit to get exact color match - the repair fixed the gouge. Not sure that my brand tub was the Sterling. Glad kit had that dark toner. Nice kit
Posted by John on 8th Apr 2014
This was my first time using this and was very easy to use. I was amazed that the kit included everything I would need, including the wet/dry sandpaper up to 600 grit. Amazing!
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Feb 2014
Had a crack in lower front, v'ed it out like the instructions said mixed it up,used per instructions let dry sand down.
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