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Published on Mar 11, 2017
Got an old shower or bathtub and looking to refinish it? In this video, I tested out the BathWorks Tub Refinishing Kit to see how it would work in my 1970's turquoise fiberglass shower stall. Kind of a long video, but I wanted you to see the entire process that went into this DIY refinishing project. Watch the full-tutorial for detailed instructions on how to paint your shower (or bathtub) and how to get the best results. Read the blog post for more details. AD
0:00 Intro 0:19 BathWorks Tub Refinishing Kit 0:45 What comes in the bathtub finishing kit 2:28 Extra materials needed 3:19 Removing old shower caulk 3:45 STEP 1 - Cleaning your shower 5:07 STEP 2: Checking for cleanliness. NO soap scum can be left on the shower or tub! 5:32 STEP 3: Sanding the walls with 120-grit sandpaper. 5:59 STEP 4: Using etching cleaner. 6:51 STEP 5: Filling holes or chips with the chip filler, then sand and rinse. 7:05 STEP 6: Cover faucets to prevent water drips. Shower or tub must be totally dry. 7:10 Use a blow dryer to dry out your shower or tub. 7:33 STEP 7: Tape off around shower or tub. 7:45 STEP 8: Use the tack cloth to remove any dust. 8:00 STEP 9: Wipe on the liquid primer. 8:29 STEP 10: Mixing PART A paint and PART B hardener together. Use a mask! 8:57 STEP 11: Rolling on the paint. 9:50 STEP 12: Adding the non-skid additive to the floor. 10:57 BEFORE and AFTER 11:04 Thanks 11:41 The bathroom makeover results!