If you’re looking to improve an old steel or cast iron tub with a bathtub liner you may have heard that there are two installation methods being used which are (1) two sided butyl tape and (2) liquid adhesive system that creates a hard surface between the liner and the existing tub. Read below the answer to the three frequently asked questions to evaluate these two installation methods.
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The McGuires (who live in a suburb of Cleveland Ohio) had a problem – how could they retain the black and white retro design of their bathroom while making it safer, easier to use and also upgrade the looks without the cost and aggravation of gutting the space.
The main challenges were:
- A cast iron clawfoot tub which was dangerous to get in and out of.
- An old brass curved shower rod and stationary shower head which were outdated and covered the view of the decorative tile design.
- An existing pedestal sink 30” tall which required excessive bending.
If you’ve got 1, 1 ½ or 2 bathrooms in your house it can be very difficult to remodel. Going over to a friend or relatives to shower during a lengthy remodeling process can get to be old very quick! Fortunately there is a cost-effective and time effective way to remodel your tub, shower and surrounding walls without a major hassle. Consider using acrylic tub, shower and wall liners which are designed to go over the old materials in your bathroom. Here are some advantages of this system: