Liquid Tub Liners bathtub refinishing DIY kit (7.2 lbs)
Professional grade DIY bathtub refinishing kit.
Regularly used by many bathtub refinishing companies in the USA and Canada.
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Full application instruction video can be found at the bottom of this page.
Gives perfect high gloss finish that cannot be done with spraying, brushing or rolling of any other products available on the market.
NO SPRAYING, BRUSHING OR ROLLING TO APPLY
No orange peel or brush marks, no overspray and dust, no masking and taping.
NO ODOR DURING AND AFTER THE WORK
HEAVY DUTY COATING
Coating thickness is about 1/16’’ . It’s minimum FIVE TIMES thicker than thickness of sprayed or rolled coat of regular epoxy or polyurethane paint.
Unequaled resistance even to corrosive chemicals. Excellent hardness. High adhesion. Colorfast, gloss retentive. Resists cracking, peeling and chipping. 2 hour pot life once mixed.
Cast iron, steel and fiberglass tubs. Porcelain, steel, stone and fiberglass sinks. All kind of countertops.
VOLATILE ORGANIC CONTENT
Nearly zero pounds per gallon
Liquid Tub Liners Part A and Part B, Etch for surface etching and deep cleaning, Enamel spreaders
After mixing Part A and Part B, it will be about 1 gallon of ready to use enamel. It is MORE THAN ENOUGH to refinish a standard 60"X30" bathtub.
Liquid Tub Liners DIY kit is more expensive than others? Actually it is much cheaper…
At first, a little bit of information for your concern: thickness of the original factory made porcelain coat on a regular bathtub varies from 1/32’’ to 1/16’’.
According to the picture below, the coating thickness of the paint from inexpensive (around $25-$50 ) DIY bathtub refinishing kit is 1mil(1mil=0.001 inch). Amount of mixed paint in one kit is 916 ml or 1kg, roughly.
Coating thickness of Liquid Tub Liners product is about 1/16’’. Amount of Liquid Tub Liners paint in one kit is 7.2 lb.
Now let’s do the math…
1/16 inch equals 63 mils. So, to achieve the coat thickness of 1/16 inch with paint from inexpensive DIY kit you must paint your tub 63 times. As seeing on the above picture one cheap DIY kit contains 916 ml of paint which is enough for 2 coats. To do 63 coats you have to buy 32 kits. 32 kits would cost you $800. No comments…
Also, do not forget about the time consumed to do 63 coats and that terrible smell you are going to have in your home 63 times...
Of course, it is just mathematical calculation. In reality nobody would paint their own tub 63 times, and 63 coats of paint would peel off the tub right away …
This calculation is just to prove that Liquid Tub Liner DIY bathtub refinishing kit is worth the money you pay for it.
It is very easy to learn how to work with Liquid Tub Liner – just watch the Video BELOW entirely without taking any actions and then follow it step by step from the beginning. Also you can study a written Application Instruction, print it out and take with you to the site where you are going to work.
Full Application Instruction Video