Updating a tile bathroom shower
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).
UPDATE – CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW IT IS HOLDING UP AFTER A YEAR!
I thought the Waterlox we used to seal our butcher block countertops and farmhouse table was bad, but it has nothing on this tile paint.
Adam was very skeptical before we started, he told me “just because you .” Now that is complete he suggested we do the guest bathroom as well.
If y’all have any questions just leave them in the comments and I will do my best to answer you!
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.