I have a confession, I've fallen into the bad blogger habit of only wanting to share the rainbow and sunshine posts- you know, the ones where every project turns out perfectly and every room is clean and organized. I have tried to share a few behind the scenes struggles (remember my table refinishing problems?), but now is the perfect time to share a big issue I had after redoing the bathroom.
Yep, my wonderful/ beautiful/ perfect/ splurge of a Kohler soaking tub had a chip in it! I still can't remember the details (blocked them out?), but for some reason I was using a hammer in the bathtub ONE MONTH after having it installed. Of course, I happened to drop the hammer in the tub and chipped its perfect, shiny finish right after getting it. I didn't want to blog about it because it just made me feel sad, hopeless, etc.
Thankfully, the nice people over at Multi-Tech Products
I followed the three step instructions that included a little prepping, a little mixing, and a little applying. If you don't count drying time, the whole thing took less than an hour!
If you're interested in a DIY repair kit, refinishing product, non-slip tub application, you can check out Multi-Tech Products on the web: bathtubrepair.com or by phone: 800-218-2066.
Even if you're not the type that ruins your own new bathtubs, can you imagine how much you could save by buying one with a tiny scratch and major discount then using a $30 kit to repair it!? I know I'm going to keep this option in my thrifty arsenal for the future. Oh, and for all of you who love free stuff, how about some FREE shipping? Just use this code: MTPTLB2011 in 2011.
Do you have any destructive tendencies? Any post-renovation repairs that need to be made?
*Within this review, any opinions expressed were strictly m-i-n-e.