Updating avocado green bathroom
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series today and chat about the bathroom – a space that poses challenges equal to kitchens in rentals since most everything is fixed. There are plenty of retail options or you can get creative with a DIY project. It’s small touches like these that add charm and will make the space more cheerful and more you.
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including the Homax Tough as Tile Tub, Sink & Tile brush-on epoxy. Homax Tough As Tile Tub, Sink & Tile Epoxy (there is also a spray on Homax product that you can find by clicking here) CLR Kitchen & Bath Cleaner Steel Wool Sponge Paint Brush Finally, if I had been a blogger the first time I painted a sink, I would have taken step-by-step pictures along the way … And luckily, I’m an Ace Hardware blogger now and they generously provided me with that Homax Tough as Tile product so I could paint that hideous sink up there in those cringe-worthy before pictures. And he said that I could prep the surface for the epoxy paint using CLR or Pine Sol. and let me tell you, that old faucet didn’t want to go. The second coat needs to be applied 2-4 hours after the initial coat.
To care for the surface, use non-abrasive non bleach cleaning products and a soft sponge or cloth.
Now, can I just tell you how much I’m loving this solution? You Might Also Like: How To Add Height To Builder Grade Cabinets Easy Fix to Beef Up Baseboards (click here) Ace Hardware provided me with all the materials needed to complete this project and product review, including the Homax Tough as Tile Brush-on Epoxy and Moen Banbury Two Handle Bathroom Faucet.
This means, for a property valued at 0,000, your total spend should be ,000 for everything and not a cent more.
And I hung two of the magnifying mirrors from IKEA.The title of this post really should be “Putting Lipstick on a Pig.” The garden level bathroom is straight from the 70s, complete with lovely beigey-pink floor tile, a non-functioning hot tub style bath (ew) and, my favorite, laminate counters and cabinets.Please do your best to control your jealousy: I painted the cabinets with two coats of my trusty Rustoleum enamel in gloss black.If you have similar laminate cabinets that you’re dying to ditch, I totally recommend going this route first. You can prime if you want to, but I didn’t worry about it.
I just gave the old laminate a good cleaning first.Since it’s a permanent solution, make sure you get permission from your landlord but is an affordable way to cover tile that’s in desperate need of a facelift!