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Old 04-15-2005, 07:22 PM   #1
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Two piece bath removal

Has anyone done this before ? I am hopng to avoid any mistakes. I can't seem to find any info on here that directly pertains to this. Thanks
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Old 04-15-2005, 08:24 PM   #2
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Not sure what you are looking to do? I took my bath out last fall.

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I need to replace the floor back there plus I want to get the fiberglass refinished. What was that product you used to repaint the fiberglass white?
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I need to replace the floor back there plus I want to get the fiberglass refinished. What was that product you used to repaint the fiberglass white?
Por 15, the stuff is great, check out my website I have a ton of pick. Let me know if you need more info?
Keep us posted on your progress!
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Oh yeah, sorry here is the web site for it

http://www.por15.com/product.asp?productid=233
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I ordered a bunch of Por-15 online. It should arrive soon. I purchased a gallon of Marine clean, a gallon of metal ready and 2 quarts of black, one silver and one gray. That should be enough to get me by.
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What was that product you used to repaint the fiberglass white?
Did you order any POR-15 "white coat"? It's specifically designed for plastics.

I want to do my bathroom and the interior end caps in white.

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HI, no I did not. That's way off in the future. Gotta get the frame treated and the floor replaced first. However, I did not know about the white being for plastic, thanks !
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I ordered a bunch of Por-15 online. It should arrive soon. I purchased a gallon of Marine clean, a gallon of metal ready and 2 quarts of black, one silver and one gray. That should be enough to get me by.
Do you plan to brush or spray on the White Coat? There are a few precautions if you spray. I may put a page up on my website with specific instructions (if that would help you) One thing either way, it is extreemly moisture sensitive. If there is too much humididty in the air it will dry TOO fast.
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Did you order any POR-15 "white coat"? It's specifically designed for plastics.

I want to do my bathroom and the interior end caps in white.

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Steve, Sorry to jump in but It will stick to just about anything. After a few days you have to chissel it off...

POR-15®, WHITECOTE™ cures to a rock-hard, non-porous finish that won't chip, crack, or peel when applied as directed. It's perfect for wrought iron patio furniture, plumbing fixtures, etc., because it's super-tough, not UV-sensitive, and brilliantly white. Use it to repair a bathtub or sink with chips or rust stains, or to paint and protect an old boat, trailer or RV, or anything that you want to be permanently white.
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No problem, I hope that my bath ends up looking half as good as yours. I can't wait to see it in May

CJ, you'll love the POR-15 products. I used the marine clean and metal ready on my sand blasted wheels...and the black paint goes a loooong way. I finished the wheels with Black Cote top coat which was very hard to see that I was getting good coverage over the black POR-15. You won't need to top coat except maybe the tongue. They say the POR-15 is not color fast.

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