Updating bathroom tile
Ceramic tile refinishing is the only practical way to reproduce the look of original tile.The beautiful glaze you see in ceramic tile is baked on in kilns at temperatures ranging from 900F to 2500F.
They will also not last as long as professionally refinished tile, nor feel like real tile.In the following gallery, see how updated fixtures, painted floors, smart storage solutions, and creative wall, window, and mirror treatments can add character and style at an affordable price.A shower is sometimes the ONLY place we can get a few precious, solitary, quiet moments.But it isn’t on par with painting your bedroom walls—it requires much greater attention to detail, considerable down time while the paint cures, and ample ventilation. Reviving a tired washroom needn't require a total overhaul.He said it was for the betterment of the tub, I think he just likes destroying things.
Here is the official before picture, after a few hours of work.
We wanted to spruce this space up, but we did NOT have the $1000-2000 budget to rip it out and start over. I originally read about the use of this product on the fantastic blog, Petite Modern Life.
Karisa writes a full tutorial on using this product, so I would encourage you to read her post if you're interested in using this kit. The instructions on the packaging are also pretty helpful and clear. I would consider doing this on a Friday morning before you're headed out of town for a weekend…a weekend in spring when you can leave your windows open when you're gone. Do not pass GO before you get yourself a GOOD project respirator mask to use while tackling this project.
The term tile reglazing is a misnomer as it is impractical to remove ceramic tile that has been installed and ship it back to the factory for re-firing in a kiln.
Refinishing is a much better option to replacing ceramic tile.
There's a second online tutorial for this same product that I've read as well. And take LOTS of breaks while you're in the midst of the process.