How to Repair a Porcelain Bathtub Scratch?


In order to repair a porcelain bathtub scratch, you need to use a rebuffing agent. It could you also use an anti-blemish agent. Alternatively, you could get the entire bathtub covered in a new layer of enamel.
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1. Determine if the scratch is small enough to be repaired. If you have many large scratches and/or chips, you may want to get the bathtub completely re-enameled. This can be expensive
Kathy, they sell Porcelain repair kits at the hardware store in the paint department. It is like "White Out" kind of. You brush it on over the scratch and then allow to
1. Plug the sink with a drain plug, and fill the sink with enough water to cover its inside bottom surface. 2. Dampen a pumice stone in the water. Make sure it's completely drenched
1. Use the flat bladed screwdriver to remove the two screws on the overflow cover. 2. Gently pull the overflow cover out of the socket. Be careful, because the stopper is attached
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How to Repair a Porcelain Bathtub Scratch
A bathtub is a significant part of your bathroom, and if it has a scratch or blemish, it detracts from the look of the entire room. Bathtubs can be refinished entirely to look brand new, but there is no need to do this if your bathtub has only a small... More »
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