Handyman Question

Nitromors on plastic bath

I was stripping the windowsill above the bath and a couple of blobs of the stripped paint landed on the bath, making some pits in it and discolouring it. Is there anything I can do?!

5 Answers

Nitromors oooh, there is a filler you can buy for pastic and cast baths depending on which and fill the pits in and use the proper spray over the top but depending how deep they are, other than that might be a new bath.

Answered 29th Apr 2011

Chamberlain Maintenance

Member since 3 Oct 2008

Hi there, you can buy a bath repair kit, it's basically the same as car repair filler, two pack filler and hardener, rough sandpaper, then fine wet and dry, then spray over with some acryllic gloss white. I doubt you will get an exact colour match but at least it will repair the holes.
It's available at your local Plumbase store and other outlets.
regards Mark

Answered 29th Apr 2011

Pro Finishing Services

Member since 12 Jan 2010

You havent said what your bath is made of ie, plastic, steel or cast.
Probably best to get a bath restoration person out to look at it and advise.
Around my area they advertise as Bath Doctors.

Answered 29th Apr 2011

B J D BUILDING/ROOFING

Member since 29 Oct 2008

you could try rubbing some T Cut paste ''rubbing down compound for cars'' apply with a cloth using your finger.

Answered 29th Apr 2011

Ray Lock Decorating Services

Member since 10 Dec 2009

hi there when you say plastic bath it may be fibre glass bath where the stripper has eaten away at the gel coat thats the white gel that is on the surface so rub own with wet and dry sandpaper which you should use wet fill it with a special bath repair kit all come complete for what you need and then you will be able to spray it white

Answered 5th May 2011

the finishinh touch

Member since 21 Jan 2009

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