Acrylic Tub Scratches-How To Fix?

 
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Old 02-15-2007, 08:18 PM   #1
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Acrylic Tub Scratches-How To Fix?


I am doing a small bathroom remodel where we are putting in a BainUltra jet tub. It is an acrylic fiberglass unit. On the bottom of it there are some slight scuffs and scratches in it. Is there anyway to buff or polish them out? If so what should I use?
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Old 02-15-2007, 08:43 PM   #2
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I am doing a small bathroom remodel where we are putting in a BainUltra jet tub. It is an acrylic fiberglass unit. On the bottom of it there are some slight scuffs and scratches in it. Is there anyway to buff or polish them out? If so what should I use?
There are companies that service the home centers fixing scratches and their work is perfect. A few years ago one of my helpers messed up a new tub/shower unit and we tried to fix it with no luck. I called one of the home centers, got the number for the fix it man and for small money had it repaired. The repair was perfect if not I would of been buying a new unit.

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