How to Repair a Porcelain Bathtub Scratch?

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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. Write down the brand and model of the appliance, sink or tub that you need to repair. Often hardware stores and home improvement stores stock these products and use a database
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1. Wipe the tile with a rag and floor cleaner. Allow the tile to dry. 2. Rub out scratch marks using a clean rag and a squirt of toothpaste. Rub in a circular motion, allowing the
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If you often wash aluminum or other metal pots, pans, dishware and utensils in your porcelain sink, you're bound to get scratches in the sink at some point. Although porcelain is
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1. Press the flat edge of a scraper under the end of a bathtub strip to loosen the edge enough to be able to grip it with your fingers. 2. Pull up on the strip with your strongest
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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 »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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