I've recently finished installing a new bath, and after tiling have dropped
something into the bath and chipping the enamel (steel enamel coated).
The chip is only about 5 mm round. I have tried using a two part product
from Homebase, but this wasn't a good white colour match and has now come
Does anybody have any good products to recommend?
Yes any of these will products fix the job perfectly.....no sign of chip :-)
Basically I think you are slight b*ggered. Their are people who will come
round and enamel/re-enamel baths, they are not cheap and really only
suitable for say really expensive cast iron baths you don't want to get rid
of or cannot move as too heavy. I had a chip on the edge of the steel bath
at my last house, luckily on the "roll edge" at one end, damaged due to
dropping a sink tap whilst fitting, and tried all types of stuff to fill it
but always came off. Best I found was a smear of silicone, not same texture
but at least it stayed in place.
May I suggest next time, covering the bath with a sheet of plywood before
tiling.Also gives you somehwere to sit, stack tiles and adhesive whilst
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