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Did this over 20 yrs ago! I just lightly sanded the tile to paint then spray painted it w/ cans of epoxy paint in the color i desired. Epoxy paint to hold up under water and steam!
Rustoleum or Homax tun and tile paint kits. Proper prep is the the key.
I painted mine but it’s only been 5 months but so so good. A painter friend of mine gave me the paint to use. It was an enamel It looks good but time will tell how durable it is
Rustoleum has a product available in spray or brisk on. I habe heard spray is hard to control and both have horrible fumes. I think there are a couple others sold at big box stores and painting supply stores. If surface is not perfectly clean before you paint you will be facing peeling paint that is extremely hard to remove because of the bonding agent involved. Good luck!
You sure can!!! Dixie Belle just came out with a new product called "Slick Stick"! Its awesome for slippery surfaces. I would recommend first cleaning with DBP White Lightning then Slick Stick and then DBP and then finish with Dixie Belle Gator Hide. It really is pretty! Here is a picture of what one of our customers did. Its floor tile but it can be used on bathroom tile as well. Hope that helps and if you have anything else we can help you with please let us know. - Teri www.dixiebellepaint.com
Here's a post here on Hometalk: https://www.hometalk.com/diy/bathroom/showers-tubs/painted-shower-tile-38393518
Painted Shower Tile
Hi there - YES you can.
After you’ve cleaned your shower tile thoroughly, sand the tiles with a 150 grit sandpaper. This will help get rid of any other build up that you missed and roughen up the tile so that the paint will adhere.
Tape up the areas that meets the tile and grout that you don’t want to paint.
Using an angled brush, prime the area you want to paint with Seal Krete Primer or a similar product. Then roll on 1 solid coat of primer on all the shower tiles
Use the same angled brush to apply a coat of Seal Krete Paint or a similar product. Follow up by rolling on a coat of paint on all the desired shower tiles. Let the paint dry (about 2 hours) and repeat. A total of 4 coats is recommended – 1 primer, and 3 paint! Your tile may take less or more all depending on coverage and design that needs to be covered.
They make kits for that sold at Home Depot. Several step process, prep is key. The kits include step by step instructions. It will last several years, but eventually peel once scratched or if prep is not done perfectly.
There are paints and kits available for this but know, if you use the shower often, it’s likely the paint won’t last. Between the water, heat, cleaning, and steam, it’ll wear away or peel.
Hi, check your local home depot or lowes and you'll find that Rustoelum makes tub and tile painting kits. I hear they work really well!
Yes, the epoxy paint kits made for that sold at home depot is your best bet, step by step instructions are in the kit. All other paint techniques won't last as long. The epoxy kits last several years, enough To save up for a remodel.
They sell a special primer and paint just for glass tiles. Make sure to follow directions EXACTLY
Rustoleum ( and other companies ) make a 'TUB and TILE' paint ... ask at any well stocked home improvement center, BUT real success depends on the prep work!
I would use a special primer first but I am concerned with the fact that it is often wet and also cleaner is used so I don't think it will stick for long.
Use Rustoleum or Homax tun and tile paint kits. They are epoxy based. Open windows, the smell is terrible.
Yes, just use special tile paint on sanded tiles so the paint will adhere. If you are painting it all white, it might take two coats with curing in between. And with white, you can paint the grout at the same time. Best wishes, Louise! ☺️
We painted our tile with epoxy paint and it made it so much better! Here it is if you'd like to see. https://www.hometalk.com/diy/kitchen-dining/kitchen-dining-furniture/changing-up-an-orange-formica-countertop-with-concrete-18147786
Changing up an Orange Formica Countertop With Concrete
They sell the kits at Home Depot and the step by step instructions are in the kit. Prep is extremely important. Just know if you scratch it , it will peel after awhile, so realize it is a temporary fix.