Repairing and Refinishing a Tub or Sink

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Give your old tub or sink a new lease on life by repairing and refinishing it yourself at a fraction of the cost or replacing it.

  1. Replace Caulk: Start by removing and replacing the old caulk around a tub or sink using the Homax Caulk Finishing Set.
  2. Repair Chips: Next, use the Homax two-part epoxy Porcelain Chip Fix to repair any chips in the porcelain or ceramic.
  3. Refinish: Finally, refinish your tub or sink with the Homax Tough as Tile® Tub & Sink Refinishing Kit.

Watch this video to find out more.

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Video Transcript

Replacing an old tub or sink can be an expensive proposition. So, instead, why not give yours a new lease on life by fixing it yourself.

It may be as simple as removing some old, moldy caulk and re-caulking. Even chipped porcelain, ceramic, and enamel can easily be repaired with an epoxy repair kit.

And if the color simply just isn’t right, you can change it completely with a one-part, Spray-On epoxy finish. So you get great results without hiring a professional to replace or restore the fixture.

These tips brought to you by Homax – Creating Better Homes.


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  • Ronald Douglas Says:
    September 14th, 2016 at 1:23 pm

    I have chips in my sink do you have a clear color so I can fix my sink it’s a
    unusual color and white will not work.

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Repairing and Refinishing a Tub or Sink