Are you planning or even looking for ideas on how to paint your Bathtub without breaking your bank? If you are, then in this post, I will give you the way to do it in an affordable, easy method and be creative doing it.
Why paint a Bathtub?
The main reason why you might be thinking of switching the color of your Bathtub might be because you might have grown bored of you want just a nice refreshing splash of colors to your existing Bathtub.
You don’t have to be an overhaul queen or expert to get your Bathtub painted creatively; This process not only saves you money that you would other ways be spending on buying a new bathtub.
Changing the color of your Bathtub can change the look and feel of your bathroom altogether. Before you begin, you need to identify the paint based on the bathtub material.
There are a few materials required to get the paint job done.
- Tile Refreshing Kit
- Bathtub Surface Cleaner
- Cleaning pads
- Cleaning liquid
- Sandpaper and Painters tape
- Painter’s Roller
- Masks & Gloves
Now let’s get started.
How to Paint a Bathtub
First things first, that safety. you need to keep your safety in mind. Make sure that you have a well-ventilated room, and you should be wearing a mask to be safe from the smell of the chemical and wear a pair of gloves to protect your hand from touching the chemicals.
The process of painting the Bathtub
1) Cleaning the tub
2) Painting the tub
3) Drying the paint
1) Cleaning the tub for painting
We will start with using a clean and scrubber to clean the Bathtub,
and Fandeli Assorted Grits Sandpaper Sheets to scrub the tub.
Once the dust I cleared after drying the Bathtub, we can proceed to paint it.
We will use Bates Paint Roller to paint it. Most of the kids include an instruction manual on best practices, and you can follow it precisely to get a good finish with the painting kit.
Additionally, you could use painter’s tape to secure the areas around the tube to protect them all from getting stained by the paint of the Bathtub.
2.Painting the Bathtub
Th painting requires multiple coats most of the time. You need to finish each coating and wait for it to dry out before you go for the second coat round.
3.Drying the Bathtub
You can set the tub for drying. It might take a few hours, depending on the painting kit used.
Let me know if this post was useful. Suppose you are planning to paint your Bathtub. Try downloading my printable checklist below to get your tub painted quickly.