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Rust-Oleum Tub & Tile Refinishing Kit Review

Before and After Tile Rust-Oleum bathroom remodel

Rust-Oleum Tub & Tile Refreshing Kit Review: There is something to be said about the gratification that comes along with DIY projects. A year ago my family moved into my grandparents home built in the early 60’s. We are slowly but surely working on remodeling each room. So far the bathroom remodel has been the most rewarding.

Before Bathtub

I will be working on a full remodel story but for now I want to show you my biggest money saving find. Rust-Oleum Tub & Tile Refreshing Kit was so much more than I expected it to be. You know how much an new tub and shower inclosure can cost! We are all about giving the less expensive route a try first before we spend a bunch a money. You can get this product at Home Depot for $25.97.

Rust-Oleum Tub & Tile Refinishing Kit

Rust-Oleum Tub & Tile acts and looks like porcelain and ceramic. You can apply it to ceramic, porcelain or fiberglass. It’s so easy! You MUST wear a mask unless you want to act goofy for a couple hours. My friend Jenni and I had some great laughs while doing this project.

The tile looks brand new. I can’t tell you how much I loved doing this product. This is not a paid ad, we paid for it and would recommend it to all. It’s fast-drying, indoor durable and corrosion-resistant.

After Rust-Oleum

Included at the bottom of this is Rust-Oleum’s Youtube video on how to use this product. I should note we did everything they instructed us to do on the back of the box. There is some cleaning prep before you start, make sure you do that to get the best results. It is important to do 2 coats in order to get a beautiful new finish.

If you decided to give this product a try we would love you to post a before and after picture on our Facebook page.

20 Comments Published

written on 14 October 2016 - Reply

I cannot wait to try this!!!!

written on 26 January 2018 - Reply

Can you also use this on the surround/surrounding shower walls? Thanks so much!

written on 4 February 2018 - Reply

I would say yes!!

written on 31 January 2018 - Reply

How has this held up with regular use?

written on 4 February 2018 - Reply

Great! There is a small amount of chipping, but it’s been almost 2 years so I say it has held up awesome!

written on 2 February 2018 - Reply

I have been very tempted to do this in my 1980’s bathroom. The tub is yellow and the tile is yellow speckled, not quite the look I want. My question is…has it held up? How long has it been since you did it? Has it peeled or flaked off? All the information I’ve seen has been from people who have just finished their project. If you get this message, please respond.

written on 4 February 2018 - Reply

I did my tile in July 2016 – There is a small amount of chipping. I plan on doing another coat sometime in the near future. I would say for $25 it has held up amazing. My other option was buying a whole new tub and redoing the tile. I saved a fortune!! I love the product!

written on 5 February 2018 - Reply

Can this be used on ceramic floor tile or filtered marble?

written on 21 June 2018 - Reply

I used this product on my tub and had leftovers, so I decided to do my ugly brown fireplace surround and tiles right in front. It hasn’t had much traffic (other than some pups), but it has help up really well so far. I did it about a year ago and it still looks great.

written on 21 June 2018 - Reply

I used this product about a year ago on my tub and had leftovers. So, I used the rest on my ugly brown fireplace surround and ceramic tile on the floor right in front. It hasn’t had much human traffic – just dogs – but it has held up really well so far!

written on 16 February 2018 - Reply

I used this product for the shower base. the prep is crucial, so expect to put the most effort into that. Once the two parts are combined the product is usable for about 1-2 hours, it’s starts to thicken and becomes more difficult to roll smoothly. So there may be waste if you don’t finish within the allotted time. It came out great and saved us ripping out the base, installing a new one, it’s now about eight months and looks just as good as the first day.

written on 17 February 2018 - Reply

Can I use this over a previously treated tub?

written on 17 February 2018 - Reply

Did you have sliding doors on your tub? If so, how were they removed and the holes filled in before refinishing the tub and tile?

written on 21 February 2018 - Reply

Hello! Could you tell where your shower curtain is from? Looks soo nice!

written on 18 March 2018 - Reply

We recently used this product on our ugly beige shower tile and acrylic insert. It looks amazing – like a brand new shower!! We had to use two boxes to cover the shower entirely – two coats is a MUST. And I agree that you need to follow all the prep work that is listed on the box.

written on 25 March 2018 - Reply

Should I do a new floor before or after painting. Thanks

written on 25 March 2018 - Reply

Forgot.. do I need to fix any caulking first.

written on 9 April 2018 - Reply

We just moved into a 80’s style mobile home we are remodeling and there is a huge GREEN corner shower and bath in our bathroom. I want to do this to lighten and brighten it up. Problem is, it is our only shower….did you wait the 3 days before using????

written on 17 April 2018 - Reply

Yes, remove all caulking prior to using this stuff.

written on 12 July 2018 - Reply

Any suggestions on removing old paint on tiles before applying this?

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