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Yes! Going on twelve years with a painted tile entry way.
This front door is the only entrance into our home as the back door is behind a very large gate.
Used daily by a large household and barely any noticeable spots that could use a little touch-up.
I don't know how to add pictures so I'll post my Pinterest of the photos of the Painted Tile Front Entryway.
Try Homax tub and tile paint! It's made my PPG paints, you may find it in Home Depot.
Hi, they make special tub and tile paints now that usually come in kits with good instructions! I know Rustoleum makes one.
You can also use chalk paint to paint tile floors. You will need to put a primer first and a polycrylic on top for protection.
Chalk paint will wash and chip off . You best bet is using the kits made for that sold at Home Depot. Step by step instructions are in the kit. It a more durable epoxy paint finish. It will hold up for several years.
Years ago I painted entryway tiles with PPG black swimming pool paint. It looked like slate and lasted 15+ years when I sold the house.
For sure! We painted out back splash tiles recently. We used rustoleum tub and tile paint. Its real stinky but does the trick!
We have successfully done it more than once. The most important thing is the base (first) coat has to be oil base paint. After that dries you can put whatever you want. Our first project was our bathroom so we decided to use oil paint for both coats. We did all the tile around the tub. When we sold 29 years later it was still there. We did refresh it once after 15 years as the white got slightly creamy looking. It was so easy to keep clean. Loved it.
Sand, wipe clean, prime (You can use either a shellac-based primer or an alkyd (oil-based) primer).
Then paint using semi-gloss or high-gloss alkyd paint. Apply several thin coats until you get the look you want.
Allow the paint to cure for several days before applying several coats of clear floor finish. A water-based urethane finish is a good choice for this step.
Hello, porch and floor paint will hold up the best. It is made for foot traffic.
I woul use kilz on the tile and then use any durable paint.
I would use oil-based, it will hold up better.
If painting ceramic tile there are kits for that sold at Home Depot and step by step instructions are in the kit.
I've seen several tutorials use latex. But I think the most important part is how you seal it. 2-3 coats of polycrylic should do the trick with protecting it.
Ceramic use the epoxy kits for that sold at Home Depot. Wood, you'll need to sand, prime and paint with oil based priducts.
If it’s in good shape, and not heavy traffic, you could use I believe, porch paint.
Use Ceramic tile paint but I could not recommend it as in time it will chip and flake, but for a short term fix of a few years, then maybe.
You could use acrylic with good primer but I would go to home improvment store for that paint
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i wouldnt .. it doesnt last
You can, but you need a really good sealer and one that won't be slick when you walk on it. I'm not sure how long it will last, but I know there are lots of posts about it online.
This is a wonderful tutorial on painting your tile floor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aYZ5cfUD5Q
Hello, hope this helps you out.
You cana use Floor Tile Paint!