If you allow a paint dribble it will show bad when it dries. Wrap your paint and brushes super well with plastic wrap in between coats.The can says to wait a day before the 3rd coat, but to not let your mixed paint sit out for more than 6 hours.Here’s a little video which shows the before and after, talks about the durability and how it’s holding up after a month of use and cleaning!I was looking forward to tiling the shower after installing the shower pan and waterproof shower wall board. It might have –except for the fact that I installed 100 niches!Also, if you don't want to mess up your bath tub, shower, floors, or counters (…I'm a bit of a clutz always) cover them up well.This stuff doesn't come off without a fight, sandpaper and some light scratches.Using an x-acto knife, utility knife, or flathead screwdriver with a hammer, get all the glue and caulk out so the paint will seal well.
Using your roller, go in one direction consistently feathering your edges. In between the first and second coat wait about 2 hours for it to dry.Layer three ultimately covered up the previous tile color. After painting the tiles we realized that the tub was biscuit rather than white, so I bought another kit and used half of it's contents to repaint ~2 coats on the tub. I'm saving the second half of the kit to touch up the tiles behind our new If you love this project, be sure to pin it so that you can refer back to it later :)Next on the list are the floors! Madison is really excited about all the storage in those niches though!No more shampoo bottles, soap, razors, other shampoo bottles and lots of other stuff that I doubt she even uses but won’t throw away…on the floor!After calling 4 large and small home improvement and paint stores I found I could only find this online. This paint did not come off even wrapped up brushes so I suggest having extra rollers and using cheaper brushes. First you need to take off any glue and caulk that is touching the tiles you are going to paint.