I'm doing a redecorating job on my bathroom but have decided to keep the
bath/WC/sink etc. My original idea was to replace the taps on the bath
Now I have second thoughts, sink no problem but:
a) It would mean removing and refitting the bath to renew the taps.
(Not a good idea as space is limited and I can't do this in situ).
b) I like the bloody things!
The design is pure '70's and I haven't seen any I like to replace them
However they are showing their age :-(
Is there ANY way they can be rejuvenated in situ?
I wonder if there is any super "paint" or some such finish that would
maybe give me a satinised effect?
BTW they are standard brass/chrome plated although the chrome is nearly
Maybe some of you have travelled this route and could give me some
advice which would be much appreciated.
Alec and Valerie Powell Watlington Oxon. UK
I have been in a situation where I haven't been able to get the bath
taps off due to restricted space - and I've got all the spanners for
this sort of job.
Perhaps more correctly I should point out that I could probably have
got the bath taps off - my real concern was connecting them back up
again afterwards, possible leaving the householder with no water
supply if that proved impossible.
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