07:23PM | 10/19/99
Member Since: 10/18/99
1 lifetime posts
Hope someone out there can help with this! During the installation of a one-piece tub/shower unit a small hole about the size of a quarter was accidently poked through the fiberglass. The hole is located not actually in the tub portion but a little higher where the shelf or soapbar is on the wall part of the unit. Please advise as to the best method for repairing. Hopefully someone knows a way so that the hole will be undetectable. Many thanks in advance. Glo


07:13PM | 02/15/14
At the end of installing a porcelain tub,a quarter sized chip, down to the steel, occurred. Do you have any recommendations on a good product to use to repair this?

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10:54PM | 02/15/14
Member Since: 11/15/13
175 lifetime posts
In reference to the porcelain tub.
I have never had to patch a porcelain tub. I found this company online
I also noticed that Home Depot has a product.


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