Share cam chat sex roulette - Updating a tile bathroom shower

You can tell I’m a mom because the only comparison I can make is comparing Waterlox to newborn diapers and tile paint to toddler diapers.

Neither are pleasant, but as soon as you graduate to solid food toddler diapers you realize those newborn diapers basically smelled terrific.

He said it was for the betterment of the tub, I think he just likes destroying things.

Also, do NOT use the same paint tray for consecutive coats.

Use a liner and throw it away after each coat, even if the paint in it looks dry and safe to pour over.

Okay, I lied a little…there is one major difference between painting tile a painting a wall. The tile paint is so freaking ridiculously strong, it’s insane. I used this mask and could smell it a bit, but it wasn’t bad.

I would think that a mask like this would do a much better job.

I didn’t want to rip it out and re-tile…in our forever house, yes, in this house, not gonna happen. The first thing you need to do is remove all the caulk from the areas you will be painting, since you can’t paint over it.

I finally decided to give painting it a whirl, mostly because I like to experiment and I thought some of y’all might be curious about the process. (You can go back and add it after your shower is painted and dry).Then use your brush to cut in the edges and corners, just like you would if you were painting a wall. Painting a tub may sound a little scary and intimidating, but really, it’s no different from painting anything else and it doesn’t really take any longer.(You only need to wait about an hour or two between coats).The first step to painting a tub/shower is cleaning it.(Actually, the first four steps are cleaning.) This was new territory for me, I am terrible at cleaning our showers. If I don’t make something a top priority around here it doesn’t get done, and scrubbing showers is never a top priority. Literally so squeaky clean that I could have used the refection to do my make-up.The new paint will re-energize the old stuff, just enough to leave tiny, bumpy, gelatinous spots all over your nice smooth paint job and make you want to hurt somebody.

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