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Can I paint a fiberglass garden tub?

The tub is almond color. Would like white.

  • Janet Pizaro
    Janet Pizaro Smithtown, NY
    on Sep 12, 2016

    Yes you can use Rustoleum 2X spray paint on the tub.

  • William
    William Burbank, IL
    on Sep 12, 2016

    http://homeguides.sfgate.com/paint-fiberglass-bathtubs-40541.html" target="_blank">http://homeguides.sfgate.com/paint-fiberglass..., *****Rust-Oleum Specialty Tub and Tile Refinishing Kit, BATHWORKS DIY Bathtub Refinishing Kit,

  • Johnchip
    Johnchip
    on Sep 12, 2016

    It is all in the prep work, especially if it is 'used', if you want it to hold up. Follow the directions of the product you choose and don't substitute from their suggestions for cheaper prep products.

    • Johnchip
      Johnchip
      on Sep 13, 2016

      I would have to charge to tutor a mean spirited lady like yourself, RobinRedo. You have been stalking my comments and making nasty remarks on them for some reason. Maybe you need to sniff less glue and get a life beyond playing internet police.

  • Janet Pizaro
    Janet Pizaro Smithtown, NY
    on Sep 12, 2016

    Question for you this is a tub used outside or have I misread the question?

  • Frank Perry
    Frank Perry
    on Sep 12, 2016

    Inside

  • Johnchip
    Johnchip
    on Sep 13, 2016

    RobinRedo, it is obvious you are stalking my comments with this same negative remark. But you are wrong. My comment is insightful in that many people do not do enough prep first or do it the suggested manufacturers way, and the specific products they reccommend and the paitn will fail.. Maybe if you hadd actual experience other than to stalk and attack people on the site, you wouldknow.

  • S525659
    S525659 Tallassee, AL
    on Sep 13, 2016

    Sorry redoing bathroom (inside) 1992 model garden tub with step up.

    • B. Enne
      B. Enne Canada
      on Jul 26, 2017

      Did you end up painting it, and how is it holding up? I have the same scenario. I was thinking of bringing in a professional bath refinishing company.

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