Can a Acrylic bath tub crack be repaired
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  Re: RE: Can a Acrylic bath tub crack be repaired by Cooler (I am in the process ...)
(06-21-2018, 04:50 PM)Cooler Wrote: I am in the process of re-finishing my bathroom.  It has a blue (blue!) 1950s bathtub.  Cast iron and porcelain. 

The options were fiberglass (not too durable and seemed to flex too much).

Acrylic, more expensive than fiberglass with an acrylic finish.

Cast iron, expensive and too heavy for me to do on my own.

Re-glaze with acrylic finish (professional).  The least expensive option, and I've been told that the applied acrylic finish will mimic the durability of an acrylic tub.

I settled on the re-glaze option.
MIL has a Pink cast iron/porcelain tub.

My bedroom growing up used to be the "master suite" in a house built in the early 60s.  My parents added on including a real master suite so I got that room that has a half bath.  It has a lavender colored toilet, matching sink and lavender and black 4x4 wall tiles.
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  Re: RE: Can a Acrylic bath tub crack be repaired by JosephP ([quote='Cooler' pid=...)
(06-21-2018, 10:01 PM)JosephP Wrote: MIL has a Pink cast iron/porcelain tub.

My bedroom growing up used to be the "master suite" in a house built in the early 60s.  My parents added on including a real master suite so I got that room that has a half bath.  It has a lavender colored toilet, matching sink and lavender and black 4x4 wall tiles.

The tub is blue!  The sink is blue! The toilet is blue!




This looks like mine.  No pedestal for the sink, just wall mounted.
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