Ugly tub surround
The main problem is that it looks like the wrong adhesive was used when it was installed. It seems to have bled through the plastic and in some places has eaten all the way through. I'm afraid if we paint it, you will still be able to see these lines. Any suggestions? Oh, it's in our downstairs bathroom which we will never use to shower in. The tub is used mostly for watering large plants, cleaning large items and filling buckets.
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