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No it is a clear product would repair the bath from the back but you would need a finishing enamel repair product for the front
By Brian/w on 03 April 2015
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It would fix a ding but.... It won't be the same colour. You'll get a nice smooth finish, but may need another epoxy to match the colour. Get a good board guy to sort your ding if you can't live with the colour!
By FLB on 27 January 2016
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I'd say 24 hrs to go off properly
By Chris Power on 01 November 2016
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Hi Allan , depends what the substrait you are filling over and how deep , but the product is very good , build up thin layers taking any high spots off that may stick up to far , dont forget to remove any paint and key up the surface before you start . use an aluminium mesh if you have any actual holes you need to bridge .
By d armstrong on 01 December 2014
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The product is naturally yellowish. I would not advise using this to repair a bath if you want to match colour and get a good finish.
By tao2earth on 02 April 2015
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